Google By Numbers

Gary Price points out that in their quest to become the command line of the Internet, Google has added several new features: you can now enter UPS and FedEx, patent, aircraft registration, and FCC equipment ID/tracking numbers

Share this Story
  • Design

    Cherry Hill / Oliver Hill

    1930s Oliver Hill-designed Cherry Hill art deco property on the Wentworth Estate, Surrey is a grade II-listed property and one-time home ...
  • Design

    UR-210 Black Platinum / Urwerk

    A platinum watch with a black PVD coating is a true rarity in the watch world, which makes the Black Platinum ...
  • Design

    Autobahn Streak / JSK Moto

    California-based JSK Moto have built a BMW R nineT-based cafe racer — via Bike EXIF Related
  • Design

    Schwartz House / Hal Levitt

    This 1960s Hal Levitt mid century property in Palm Springs, California is just on the market. Palm Springs is never a cheap ...
  • Design

    Mid Century Modern Renovation / Haus

    Local boutique design studio Haus recently completed a comprehensive renovation of a mid century modern home in the Meridian Hills neighbourhood of Indianapolis. ...
  • Science

    Why Is Blue So Rare In Nature? / It’s Okay To Be Smart

    Among living things, the color blue is oddly rare. Blue rocks, blue sky, blue water, sure. But blue animals? They are ...
Load More Related Articles
Load More In Technology

2 Comments


  1. Feòrag

    16 December 2003 at 2.58 am

    Typing in the registration of the last plane I flew on reveals that it probably only works for US and other alphanumeric (such as Russian) registrations. Those made up entirely of letters merely set it wondering what it was you misspelled!

  2. Red Wolf

    16 December 2003 at 7.50 am

    Not at all surprised by this news. But you would expect that in a world of international travel and global googling, there would be a wider pool of base data

Photos from Flickr