Google 2015 A Year in Search

Look at the 2015 search trends from Google

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Jeff NeedlesHunterHiring@jsneedles · Data @ Houseparty & Maker of Things
@rrhoover, I'd LOVE to see something like this from PH
Jeff NeedlesHunterHiring@jsneedles · Data @ Houseparty & Maker of Things
❤️ the way Google reveals the yearly trends. I find it fascinating how the internet giants analyze and present their data. Twitter 2015 was really cool and I loved mail chimp's report.
Patrick Thompson@neurohacked
Why is stuff like this featured on Product Hunt? In my opinion, this isn't a product....
Jeff NeedlesHunterHiring@jsneedles · Data @ Houseparty & Maker of Things
@unseenvision What constitutes a product then? This is something that is informative, interesting and usable by people. It's something tech-related. It's something that Google put effort into and released to the world.
Patrick Thompson@neurohacked
@jsneedles It's just data on a website that can be navigated to via images. If it was a website made by anyone other than a tech giant that featured some other form of data, would it be featured on Product Hunt? Google itself is a product...not information about searches throughout the year.
Jeff NeedlesHunterHiring@jsneedles · Data @ Houseparty & Maker of Things
@unseenvision Probably not, but it's not made by anyone and it's not just any data. It's data made compiled & presented by one of the most influential and important tech companies on the planet. From PH's own description - "It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations." This is a website and a tech creation suitable for geeking out about. @rrhoover can tell me if I'm wrong.
Patrick Thompson@neurohacked
@jsneedles I definitely agree that it's a website and that websites should be featured on Product Hunt if they introduce or present something new and exciting, but again....this is just data.
Jeff NeedlesHunterHiring@jsneedles · Data @ Houseparty & Maker of Things
@unseenvision not at all just data -- it's compiled, there is context added. There are videos, links, collected pieces of information related to topical data, again, based on the trends of hundreds of millions (if not billion +) people's actions online. Not calling this a "product" of Google is just silly.