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The death of the search engine

So there I was, looking for bank statements. Inside my head, formulating simple queries that would help me find what I was looking for. And after eventually sorting out my tax, I thought to myself: “In the future, will we actually search for stuff?” On the web, I hasten to add. I ask this simple […]

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Spock gets pinch on finding people

Be you the ardent journalist, the voracious researcher or the sweating voyeur, Spock really does apply some very lateral thinking to a common, logical problem. And the problem? Finding stuff about someone in particular on the ‘Net. Oh, you can just use Google for crap like that, surely? Well, yes. But if you’ve ever performed […]

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Web 2.0 + 1

I never really hit it off with the Web 2.0 moniker. To me, it was and still is a marketing gimmick that doesn’t reflect the fullness of the second breath the web has taken recently. Version two implies the web has stepped forward. To me, that’s to neglect the fact that the web has not […]

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Amazon go web accessible

Motivation is a wonderful thing. Some find motivation within. Others without. Those looking without might often find themselves thrust into the limelight by possible legal action, much like Target.com, for example. And so it goes that Amazon.com is making all of the right noises, if pre-emptive of any possible legal action, which wouldn’t do their […]

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Search to become more refined in 2007?

If ever someone from this current era had to explain to someone from a previous era the concept of a search engine, the simplest yet seemingly preposterous analogy would be to describe such a thing as the sum total of all human knowledge placed beneath a spy glass. Do not be mistaken, we are at […]