'Google Social Search' launching soon!

At Web 2.0 Summit, Marissa Mayer announced that “Google Social Search” will be launching in coming weeks: "There’s a new Google product called Social Search that is launching in Google Labs. This is a new feature that allows you to see results for queries from people in your social network. This works by using your Google Profile. […]
At Web 2.0 Summit, Marissa Mayer announced that “Google Social Search” will be launching in coming weeks: "There’s a new Google product called Social Search that is launching in Google Labs. This is a new feature that allows you to see results for queries from people in your social network. This works by using your Google Profile. If you fill it out with the other social networks you’re a member of, such as FriendFeed, Google will scan who you are connected to and give your results from those people." "Mayer demonstrated how a search for "New Zealand" produced a list of search results that included relevant content created by friends midway-down the search results page. Among the search results were links to a Gmail message that referenced New Zealand and a FriendFeed entry, each from a different friend,"