Seems like comparing web search tools to TiVo is getting hot. (-:
Today, Chris reviews a, "search toolbar, an RSS reader, online bookmark manager or web research manager" named Pluck.
On the Pluck homepage you'll notice the line, "it's like TiVo for the web."
In her article about the launch of a9, Stefanie compares some of the sites new features to TiVo. She writes, "To this end, A9 lets people navigate, annotate and store Web pages they've visited, and as the TiVo digital video recorder does with television programs, it will recommend sites based on users' past preferences."
I wonder if comparing web search tools to TiVo will become more popular than search engines (especially new ones) saying they are "Google like" or the "next" Google? (-:
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