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Monday, March 21, 2005

 
Zoominfo is a search engine that is supposed to find individuals for you. They say that they have over 25,000,000 summaries of people on the web. Nice in theory, not so good in practice. The trouble with it is that it finds individual mentions of people, and displays information about them as though they are from that company/organisation or website. Consequently there's a dozen or more summaries of me spread all over the shop, with no way of linking between them. It's useful (I suppose) if you know all about the person you're looking for, but if you don't, it's not overly helpful.
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