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Search as the New Great Game

In years past, major powers struggled to win the hearts and minds of people by maneuvering in what Kipling called 'the great game.' The new great game is playing out not as geopolitical intrigue, but in a egalitarian dance that transcends borders and is reshaping social reality, says John Battelle in his new book The Search . In years past, major powers struggled to win the hearts and minds of people by maneuvering in what Kipling called 'the great game.' The new great game is playing out not as geopolitical intrigue, but in a egalitarian dance that transcends borders and is reshaping social reality, says John Battelle in his new book The Search . 0 Comments

AltaVista Debuts Search Features

AltaVista introduced a number of significant new search features in October, including the display of relevant results from the Ask Jeeves answer service, a new filtering option and a photo search service. AltaVista introduced a number of significant new search features in October, including the display of relevant results from the Ask Jeeves answer service, a new filtering option and a photo search service. 0 Comments

AltaVista Debuts Search Features

AltaVista introduced a number of significant new search features in October, including the display of relevant results from the Ask Jeeves answer service, a new filtering option and a photo search service. Those performing a standard web search at the service may now receive information from up to four different sources on the search results page, a combination that AltaVista has dubbed "Full View Searching." The hope is that more sources mean better odds that a searcher will come away with relevant results AltaVista introduced a number of significant new search features in October, including the display of relevant results from the Ask Jeeves answer service, a new filtering option and a photo search service. Those performing a standard web search at the service may now receive information from up to four different sources on the search results page, a combination that AltaVista has dubbed "Full View Searching." The hope is that more sources mean better odds that a searcher will come away with relevant results 0 Comments