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Google continues to come up with new ways to present Web content, or let even users interact with the Web content they find.
Following last week's launch of the maligned (unfairly, I believe) Google Fast Flip news-reading experiment, is Google Sidewiki, a browser sidebar launched from the Google Toolbar that lets users make comments on the content they stumble upon in Web searches.
Users can start comments on a Web page and, much like they can with Google Reader, share their comments via e-mail Twitter, Facebook. Or, users may simply read what others have to say about content. Sundar Pichai, vice president of product management at Google and Michal Cierniak, engineering lead for Google Sidewiki, noted:
What if everyone, from a local expert to a renowned doctor, had an easy way of sharing their insights with you about any page on the web? What if you could add your own insights for others who are passing through?