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The Future of Search: Our Window to Knowledge

Future of Search

The human thirst for knowledge is an unquenchable one. A desire that is limited by the constraints of time, with volumes and volumes of data to consume, and only one lifetime to absorb it all. An index in at the back of a book, the Dewey Decimal System and the mighty Google: all created to satisfy the need to divide the infinite mound of information, to locate the proverbial needle in the haystack.…

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Google Flight Search in Detail

In April of 2011, Google bought ITA Software and combined it with their existing company. The founder of ITA Software became the Vice President of Travel at Google headquarters. The main result of the acquisition that we can see today is Google’s recently released Flight Search feature.…

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“Focus on the User” searches entire Social Web within Google

A group of Facebook engineers, along with engineers from Twitter and My Space, have rebuilt Google’s new personalisation feature head on by offering a bookmarklet that integrates other social networks data from Social Web into searches.

The bookmarklet is called “Focus On The User” and compares Google’s recent Search Plus Your World to those that would be, the engineers say, more relevant.…

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