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  1. Web Search History: Before Google Answers and Yahoo Answers There Was "Answer Point" From Ask Jeeves

    The last archived version of the site I could find in Wayback was from late 2001. With De.icio.us and Flickr, tagged items are made public, but the initial motive is borne at least somewhat from self-interest: organization of bookmarks and photos.

  2. End Of Size Wars? Google Says Most Comprehensive But Drops Home Page Count

    That irritated search engine Excite so much that it even posted a page on how to count URLs, as you can see archived here. In pondering the various arguments and statements, I was ultimately left feeling how little counting pages, either self...

  3. The Search Engine Update, May 2, 2001, Number 100

    The archived messages, more than 650 million in all, date back to March 29, 1995. Ask Jeeves is also relaunching the paid placement program that is run through its Direct Hit site, targeting it toward large advertisers and abandoning the self-serve...

  4. The Search Engine Report, August 2, 1999, Number 33

    You'll also find answers to popular and unusual questions archived on that page. All sizes are unaudited, self-reported numbers. The search engines will provide self-reported size estimates, but there's no way to audit this with some via a search...

  5. The Search Engine Report August 2, 1999 - Number 33

    You'll also find answers to popular and unusual questions archived on that page. All sizes are unaudited, self-reported numbers. The search engines will provide self-reported size estimates, but there's no way to audit this with some via a search...

  6. The Search Engine Update, August 2, 1999, Number 58

    You'll also find answers to popular and unusual questions archived on that page. All sizes are unaudited, self-reported numbers. The search engines will provide self-reported size estimates, but there's no way to audit this with some via a search...