Time magazine is out with their annual list of the 50 "Coolest" web sites. Instead of including resources and tools from the major search players in the Top 50, they created a "bonus section" titled, "In A Class By Themselves." So, what from Google, MSN, Yahoo, and AOL (AOL and Time magazine are owned by the same company) made the special section?
Google Desktop Search
Personalized Home Page
* Not publicly available until sometime this summer. It does look cool, but it seems like you'd wait until it was actually released to people before calling it that.
(Note, article says that AOL.com portal will launch in July. It opened in beta yesterday)
I'm glad to see that several verticals that we mention on the SEW Blog also made the Top 50 list.
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