Markets are conversations – the Google way: Holy Cluetrain. Okay, stick with me here. Perhaps you’ve heard that Google’s Froogle.com has started aggregating product information from around the web when one does a search on a Froogle-indexed product. For example, the Kodax EasyShare CX7530 digital camera (via SearchBlog). Could this be the model for aggregating citizen voices (blogs, groups, etc.) by Google? It’s very similar to Google News. Is it not the next logical step to add a similar service that will take a search phrase and display, in a similar fashion, everything that’s being heard currently. Sure, others are attempting something like that, but Google New and now Froogle Reviews provide a logical next step for displaying the world live web.