| 6:14 pm on Nov 8, 2007 (gmt 0)|
surprise, surprise! MSN has managed to send some traffic after months of nothing but crawling. Now only yahoo looks stupid by ignoring our well established rich content sites.
| 9:36 pm on Nov 8, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I love this searchengine and it loves me! Now everyone, get over and start using Windows Live. :) I'd love to see this search engine do well for very selfish reasons.
I think the reason my sites do so well in their results is that they are heavy in content. Wikipedia is down a page or two instead close to the top like in Google.
One improvement I'm seeing is that Windows Live is finding the actual article page where for a while they were just finding a page that wasn't as deep. The page that simply listed and linked to the page with the content that fit the search terms.
| 2:17 am on Nov 9, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Sorry folks, Windows Live isn't the search engine. It's a set of downloadable programs that work online.
It's MS's answer to Google apps like Gmail, Calendar, Docs, etc.
| 7:20 am on Nov 9, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I shoulda looked at the AP. I see now, it's more junk to download.
Oh well, I sill like their "Live" search results.
| 6:49 am on Nov 11, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Seems like yet another way Microsoft is trying to catch up to Google. They really should sit down at the drawing board and come up with something cutting edge - not a different way to do something Google already has does.
| 7:42 am on Nov 11, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Technically this is different. It's a set of downloadable programs that have ties to an online service. Google's services live entirely online. They're limited to what can be done through a browser interface. Microsoft has a lot more expertise with installed software and they're trying to work to their strengths here.