New JSP tag library for Google queries

The open source Google Tag Library is a set of custom Java Server Pages tags that make it easy to add Google searches, cached pages, and spelling suggestions to a Web application.

The tag library, which was created by Erik Thauvin, Matt Croydon, Diego Doval, and Arjun Ram, uses Google's Web services interface and require a free license key from Google that permits 1,000 automated queries per day.

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