Google Sets for small data sets and brainstorming

I discovered a cool little tool for generating small data sets about a year ago and I recently had a chance to use it again. The tool is called Google Sets and can be found at Google Labs along with some other cool stuff. I recently used this tool to generate a set of names, credit cards, and businesses for an article on testing financial applications. It's simple, quick, and I like it.

For a quick example, if you enter the following simple test terms:

  • Functional

  • Performance

  • Usability

you get the following list of test ideas in response:

  • Usability

  • Performance

  • Functional

  • Security

  • Scalability

  • Reliability

  • Availability

  • Manageability

  • Maintainability

  • Functionality

  • Supportability

  • Extensibility

  • Stress

  • Recovery

  • Flexibility

  • Interoperability

  • Portability

  • Regression

  • compatibility

  • Volume

  • Consistency

  • Extranet Considerations

  • Specifications

  • Location independence

  • High availability

  • Secure Management

  • safety

  • Fault tolerance

  • Stability

  • Identity

  • Installation

  • Accessibility

  • Synchronization

  • Hardware characteristics

  • Peripherals

  • Standards compliance

  • Cost Savings

  • Routing

  • Configuration

  • Operations

  • accuracy

  • Platform neutrality

  • Connection management

And each term returned links to a google search on the topic. So you can see this can be a great test-idea generating tool as well.

Any other ideas on how this tool could be used?