This is one of the fundimental flaws in search technology: old-school computer science was working so hard on how to build search functionality that finds enough results... however, the real challenge now days is findin the RIGHT results. The goal has changed, and many developers haven't caught up.
I just can't get my mind around a Grocery store "Sounds like" search engine. Back home (in Mississippi where i spent a year as a vegetarian), i could see someone typing in "tofu" and getting back "Did you mean, kung-pao chicken?" Ah, I crack myself up. =)
I ran across this today:
By the way, congrats on the son... i have 2 daughters of my own.
Oh, and one more thing:
Time for a Microsoft answer: You're not the target market for the search engine. Their main scenario is people who can't type and really want South Beath Riesling Muffins.
[love you, by the way. gotta admit that MS products have the exact same effect on users at time though]
JD: Oh I don't deny it, i'm not only a software maker, I'm a user :-) The joy and challenges of the job is in taking your & others' experiences as users and making the software better.