Blinkx offers a way to search the contents of Web videos

Jason Pontin of The New York Times has written a feature story about Blinkx today entitled, “Millions of videos, and now a way to search inside them.” Among the interesting factoids in the article is this one: “Today, owing to the proliferation of large video files, video accounts for more than 60 percent of the traffic on the Internet, according to CacheLogic, a company in Cambridge, England.”

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