Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Hey Google: Make Room for Kumo!

Does anybody remember Netscape? The browser that no one ver thought could be beat WAS beat by Internet Explorer! Yes, now there's Firefox, and Google Chrome, but do you think that today Microsoft could pull the rug out from under Google? I for one, think not, as long as the folks behind the engine keep running Google as a lean, mean searchin' machine... not to mention all of the other wonderful services they provide. Makes me glad I decided back in 05 to stay with blog*spot (and Google)!
Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed it is testing a new Internet search engine it hopes will power the US software giant out of distant third place in a market dominated by Google.

A search engine being privately tested by Microsoft workers is reportedly based on semantic technology that enables it to understand sentences and relationships between words...
(more from Brietbart)
Let's face it: there are many wonderful services out there, many that I use, including Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, MyBlogLog (and other yahoo! services), Technorati and Haloscan. I'm happy with each and every one. Is there room for another search engine? Can Kumo make it? Anyone?

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