This is... kinda creepy and kinda awesome. The clips are reactive to the things you search for. nightrider has some suggestions...
Yeah, subservientchicken.com's pretty rad, isn't it?
Every so often I'd get something totally random where she'd call out for "Ricardo" to do something. Searching for Ricardo is interesting.
I searched for "Microsoft" and Firefox crashed.
Search: weather in detroitMs. Dewey: "Ah, yes.. 72 suburbs in search of a city."
it's a cute idea but her comments are lame and unfunny!
This is... kinda creepy and kinda awesome. The clips are reactive to the things you search for.
Uh. In, um, more or less the same way that Eliza is reactive?
Eliza is also kinda creepy and kinda awesome. Don't lose that sense of wonder.
me = wonderkiller. Sorry.
In response to "Jamie Zawinski", she told me "Now that is an interesting topic. I don't think people spend enough time thinking about it."
So there ya go.
That lasso thing is annoying, though.
Damn, game over for Google. All those Ph.D's and they still missed the boat.
typing in "nuclear weapons" is kind of amusing
she can't handle a gun safely.
Here's another list of some good ones. I wish I'd saved the thread on the company list about that thing - there are a staggering number of custom responses. Dungeons and Dragons, and searching for the name of the actress were memorable.
Based on the response to her name, I typed in "high explosives". The results were silly, but still explody.
On a similar note, the responses for "terrorism" and "homeland security" are in a similar vein. The result for "abortion" is suitably noncomittal.
"Police" is another good (well, painful) one.
I didn't get any good responses out of her.
Then again, I might try searching for something more exciting than, "tell me about calculus."
Searching for "flash" got me a thing about "lights, camera, ActionScript"... on the _second_ search. The first was her going crazy and blowing Ricardo up.
Searching for "Ricardo" get me the "holidays" one first, followed by one about going to Amsterdam?
Google and Microsoft were reasonably predictable.
Yup. It looks like they have several responses that are randmoly chosen from a list with a couple of generic responses mixed in for every search.
A few repeat searches generated quite a bit more responses than others before the genrics started showing up...
RicardoS&MGeorge BushDick Cheney
So, if you see someone post a suggestion that generates a flop, just try it again... and again... actually, this is getting pretty annoying...
I predict this site will last 6 months at best unless they change the functionality. Definitely not a Google-beater as someone previously suggested.(besides, who really wants to wait 15-30 seconds for search results?)
try "satan". it's great.
One thing I liked about the site was the reference made to Weird Science.
"1s and 0s, 1s and 0s, all the useless coding, the underwear on your head, and you still couldn't create the woman of your dreams, poor you."
"Who Invented The Internet" generated an on-topic response, but only the first time I tried it.
Ouch: for "Chicago" I got: "Ah yes, 72 suburbs in search of a city."
And first time for "Comedy Central" I got a spit-take with the assistant.
so far "ghetto" has produced 1 very funny and 1 so-so-funny response.