Google tlhIngan majQa'! (Google Does Klingon :-)

Google continues to go where no search engine has gone before, adding new interface languages including the warriors' tongue, Klingon.

Other new languages recently added include Belarusian, Javanese, Occitan, Thai and Urdu. This brings the total number of interface languages Google offers to 72.

Diehard Dahar can set their Google interface permanently to display Klingon. If you're just interested in fooling around with the new interface, use the link to the advanced search form below which is preconfigured to display Klingon.

Google - User Preferences

Use this form to set your search interface language or any of the other customizable features offered by Google.

Klingon Advanced Search Interface

The Klingon Language Institute
Think Google is just making up its Klingon interface? Ghobe'! The Klingon Language Institute offers glossaries, spoken pronunciation clips, and links to other authoritative Klingon resources on the web.

Search Headlines

NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline.

Anti-junk mail pair takes on AOL...
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LookSmart sees profit amid huge losses...
Sydney Morning Herald Feb 3 2002 10:18PM GMT
Cybersquatting: What it is & What You Can Do to Stop It...
Mondaq Feb 3 2002 10:14PM GMT
Most Web Users Find Online News Credible... Feb 2 2002 5:02PM GMT rings up a purchase... Feb 1 2002 12:08PM GMT
Feds Target E-Mail That Cons Consumers...
New York Times Feb 1 2002 8:15AM GMT
LookSmart Trims Losses... Feb 1 2002 7:48AM GMT
New company watches the web...
Budapest Business Journal Jan 31 2002 9:06PM GMT
Search engines face trademark lawsuit... Jan 31 2002 8:17PM GMT
Whos afraid of AOL Time Warner?...
The Economist Jan 31 2002 6:03PM GMT
Web domain for coops, .coop, now up and running...
CNN Jan 31 2002 4:06PM GMT
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About the author

Chris Sherman is a frequent contributor to several information industry journals. He's written several books, including The McGraw-Hill CD ROM Handbook and The Invisible Web: Uncovering Information Sources Search Engines Can't See, co-authored with Gary Price. Chris has written about search and search engines since 1994, when he developed online searching tutorials for several clients. From 1998 to 2001, he was's Web Search Guide.