Google’s new Instant Search facility has got the web all a flutter. As an experiment I entered each letter of the alphabet to see what came back for each. This indicates Google’s own records of what we really really want.

UK

A – Argos
B – BBC
C – Curry’s
D – Debenhams
E – Ebay
F – Facebook
G – Google Maps
H – Hotmail
I – ITV
J – John Lewis
K – KLM
L – National Lottery
M – MSN
N – Next
O – O2
P – Paypal
Q – QVC
R – Rightmove
S – Sky
T – Tesco
U – YouTube
V – Virgin
W – BBC Weather
X – XBox
Y – YouTube (again)
Z – Zara

USA

A – Amazon
B – Best Buy
C – Craigslist
D – Dictionary.com
E – Ebay
F – Facebook
G – Gmail
H – Hotmail
I – Ikea
J – JetBlue
K – Kohls
L – Lowes
M – Mapquest
N – Netflix
O – Orbitz
P – Pandora
Q – BrainyQuote.com
R – REI
S – Sears
T – Target
U – USPS (United States Postal Service)
V – Verizon
W – Weather.com
X – Xbox
Y – Yahoo!
Z – Zillow

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