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Learning About Search Engines From Google Engineers

Want to learn how Google works? A new archive of publications by Google employees offers deep insights into many aspects of the search engine's operation. Want to learn how Google works? A new archive of publications by Google employees offers deep insights into many aspects of the search engine's operation. 0 Comments

NewsSeer: All the News that Fits You Personally

NewsSeer is both a straightforward news search engine and an adaptive tool that's constantly learning your interests to deliver personalized news tailored to your own needs. NewsSeer is both a straightforward news search engine and an adaptive tool that's constantly learning your interests to deliver personalized news tailored to your own needs. 0 Comments

Search Engine Coverage Study Published

In 1998, a landmark study published in Science magazine found that search engines fell well-short of listing everything on the web. Last month, a repeat to this study was published in Nature magazine. Once again, search engines were found to contain only a small percentage of the web pages available for indexing. In 1998, a landmark study published in Science magazine found that search engines fell well-short of listing everything on the web. Last month, a repeat to this study was published in Nature magazine. Once again, search engines were found to contain only a small percentage of the web pages available for indexing. 0 Comments

Search Engine Coverage Study Published

In 1998, a landmark study published in Science magazine found that searchengines fell well-short of listing everything on the web. Last month, a repeatto this study was published in Nature magazine. Once again, search engines werefound to contain only a small percentage of the web pages available forindexing.Both studies made for great headlines about how search engines seemingly failusers, but the number of pages a search engine has indexed has nothing to dowith whether it is any good. Size alone doesn't matter In 1998, a landmark study published in Science magazine found that searchengines fell well-short of listing everything on the web. Last month, a repeatto this study was published in Nature magazine. Once again, search engines werefound to contain only a small percentage of the web pages available forindexing.Both studies made for great headlines about how search engines seemingly failusers, but the number of pages a search engine has indexed has nothing to dowith whether it is any good. Size alone doesn't matter 0 Comments