A few possible explanations:
More creative explanations here
- It’s rumored Google (GOOG) has been working on a form of communication, called “Googlish,” to replace all the world’s languages. It has its own grammar, vocabulary, and spelling rules, such as “I before R except after A.” That’s why “Chairman” appears as "Chariman"
- The name “Google” actually comes from “googol,” misspelled. So intentional misspellings are part of Google’s culture.
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Google Spells Good?
Normally Google is the model citizen, it helps you find everything you need and when you spell something wrong it suggests the proper spelling. However, their own spell check, couldn't save this error.Yes, this does make Eric Schmidt the Chariman of Google's Executive Committee...
Posted by Pierson at 1:51 AM