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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. 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...

  3. Daily SearchCast, June 13, 2006: Google Still A Tech Company, Says Schmdit; Google Earth Gets New Features; GBuy To Take On eBay's PayPay?; eBay Takes On AdSense; Yahoo Answerers In Times Square

    Ask Jeeves bought Direct Hit, making the original group involved with it a good chunk of money. Niall was a recent PR win for Microsoft in terms of bloggers, so perhaps he'll benefit from Robert's departure.

  4. 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!

    Yahoo, Ask Jeeves, MSN (keep in mind ask jeeves is now ask.com). I thought it would be fun to ask Google Trends which search engine, of the top four, is the most popular, in terms of search volume. Yahoo and Ask also offer the ability to add...