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  1. 3 Reasons Natural Language Processing (Not Google Glass) is the Future of Search

    Along the way many have claimed to solve this machine language problem, promising users can use natural language processing – the normal everyday language humans use as opposed to the "query a database" language search has traditionally required...

  2. Search Engine Update - Who's Out There Shaking Things Up?

    Yippy and sister site, Clusty, attract 225 thousand unique visitors a month and is monetized via a partnership with Ask Jeeves. Google Places API, announced at Google I/O in May this year, reported on the Google Geo Developers Blog that they have...

  3. Is Live Search Renaming A Miva Move?

    Ask.coms removal of Jeeves seemed to hurt them, FindWhat and eSpotting merger and rename to Miva definitely impacted the companies, so there is data for not making the changes. True GoClick to Overture went okay - but then they had a great product...

  4. Live! From Redmond, It's Microsoft Powerset Live!

    Think Ask Jeeves 1.5) Powerset is the much-hyped beta natural language search engine that the metaphor-challenged mainstream media call the Google Killer. That doesn't mean natural language search or Powerset can kill Google, or even commit assault...

  5. Powerset Launches Piggybackipedia: Wikipedia Search Engine

    Think Ask Jeeves 1.5) So the play is a "non-Google Custom Search Engine" for Wikipedia. Powerset is the much-hyped beta natural language search engine metaphor-challenged mainstream media call the Google Killer.

  6. Is Search Recession-Proof?

    Prior to co-founding Reprise Media, Joshua was VP of business development and syndication at Ask Jeeves (now Ask.com), and co-founder and president of Rotomedia, a boutique consulting and advertising firm.

  7. Customer Satisfaction with Search Engines

    While Ask.com relaunched in early 2006, when it shed its "Ask Jeeves" identity, it never suffered the relaunch effect. I think they've done a great job reinventing the Web site, and transforming from Ask Jeeves to Ask, and it will start paying...