On a lark, I jumped over to A9, Amazon's search engine which uses Google results, presumably with a higher chance of hitting Amazon pages. I didn't expect much when I did a search for Japanese bikini idol Yoko Matsugane, but I was knocked off my chair when I saw the excellent results that came up: standard ranked results on the left, and pictures of my search target on the right. HOW did they come up with such a great idea and one-up Google? It's the first innovation I've seen in searching in a long time.
I also tried searching for myself, Peter Payne. My blog was at the top spot (that was nice, although who is searching with A9?), and it also showed various pictures of me on the right, along with pictures of my father (also named Peter Payne) and every historical Peter Payne there ever was.
Man, that's cool!