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  1. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    Raul Grijalva is nearly tied with Republican challenger Ruth McClung, leading by three points. If anyone tells you that one vote doesn't matter, go to Yahoo! News or Google News this morning and search for "too close to call.

  2. Daily SearchCast, May 11, 2006: Google Trends For Researching What's Hot & What's Not; Google Co-op, Google's Big Time Tagging Experiment; Complaints Over Commission Cuts & More!

    NetworkWorld Talks With Raul Valdes-Perez, CEO of Vivisimo incomplete results. Press Day, including the hot research tool Google Trends, the "freaky weird" mass tagging system of Google Co-op, Google Gadgets for your desktop and a coming Google...

  3. Benjamin Franklin Gets His Own Search Engine

    According to Vivisimo/Clusty CEO, Raul Valdes-Perez, the Ben Franklin search engine includes: indexing of his autobiography and other writings by paragraphs search of his proverbs and timeline of his life general web/image search limited to...

  4. Google Announces Plan to Open Pittsburgh Engineering Office; Yahoo Opens NYC Research Center

    Don't forget that Pittsburgh is also home to Vivisimo/Clusty which was started by Carnegie Mellon computer science students and faculty members including Vivisimo CEO, Raul Valdes-Perez.and Jerome Pesenti, Chief Scientist & Co-founder.

  5. Presentations from the 2005 Search Engine Meeting are Now Available Online

    Arguments for Clustering and Meta-Search as a Universal Norm for Information Retrieval by Raul Valdes-Perez, Vivisimo The 2005 Search Engine Meeting took place in Boston on April 11-12 and I've just noticed that most of the presentations from the...

  6. Program For 2005 Search Engine Meeting Now Available

    Arguments for Clustering and Meta-Search as a Universal Norm for Information Retrieval (Raul Valdes-Perez, Vivisimo) The program for the 2005 Search Engine Meeting that's scheduled to take place in Boston (April 11-12) is now online.

  7. Feedster's Rafer Not Happy With Clusty

    For its part, Vivisimo CEO Raul Valdes-Perez told SEW, "We did speak with Feedster in February 2004 and were told that meta-search is OK. Feedster's Scott Rafer isn't happy that the new Clusty search engine is hitting his site without a licensing...