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Friday, September 26, 2003

 
Roll up! Roll up! Come and watch the two heavyweights slug it out. Amazon is gearing up to offer a search engine, which is of course going to bring it into direct competition with Google. Full story from RapidCityJournal which also has some useful financial data on Google.
 
Researchbuzz has added a few more words on Fazzle, which I briefly mentioned myself the other day.
 
According to to Greg, Gigablast is starting to make use of the good old meta tag again. They're using their own ones, not derived from the Dublin Core (wow.. there's a surprise!), and it's very early days yet. Interesting development though.

Monday, September 22, 2003

 
Fazzle is another new multi/meta search engine. Very similar to ZapMeta which I've already mentioned in the past. I've taken a swift look at it, and it's not bad.

Monday, September 08, 2003

 
Gigablast continues to push the big search engines on functionality. Gigablast has added Boolean functionality to their search engine. Greg Notess isn't too sure it's working properly yet though, so don't get too excited!