Google Current and Google Zeitgeist

So there I was cruising over to Google Zeitgeist hoping to find some data on local searches and I’m still upset that Zeitgeist doesn’t have an RSS feed (Hey Matt Cutts if hook you up with some Red Bull’s in Vegas can you make that happen for code jam 2006?) and I stumble across Google Current. Think Kurt Loder of MTV news explaining popular Google terms in a video, which I actually kind of liked. Oh yeah and did I mention that Google current video has an RSS feed and Google Zeitgeist doesn’t have an RSS feed.

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