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Instant, auto-generated, automatic databases

By farfetched ·
Sometimes, I just wonder if the day will come when we can see auto-generated, visible-for-all and manipulatable-by-anyone databases, in such a way that the people can take the place of yahoo.com, bing.com, ask.com, google.com, kosmix.com, hakia.com, lexxe.com, answers.com/bb, clusty.com, wolframalpha.com, cuil.com, deeppeep.org, et cetera; id est, that every document, web page, and web site in the Web 2.0 can auto-index itself: putting all of the words previously written/entered by the creator of such document, web page or web site, in alphabetical order at the bottom of such document, web page or web site, and then automatically sending this "quick database" to a "Database Central Coordination".

Later, maybe (?) in this "Database Central Coordination", the databases could be added together, combined in different ways, re-indexed, et cetera, and besides, at the same time, maintained independently (two or more ways of filing them), thus avoiding the creation of a mess.


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(?)

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