I know that Google Print — Google’s initiative to scan and place online full-text and searchable book pages — is not really new news.
But tonight is the first time I recall actually seeing a book result within a regular Google search:
One thing that’s both interesting and refreshing to note is that Google does not get a kickback from any book sales. As usual, it makes money solely off the clearly-marked paid ads on the right-hand side of its pages.
(But sorry, folks, a search for Kama Sutra doesn’t yield any book hits).