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But the positive thing is I'm seeing some differences between AV and Y. Hopefully, they will continue to mix it up a bit.
Google seemed to be primarily using the IP route where redundancy wouldn't be as observable. Yahoo is going after the SE's where its going to be slammed into your face.
But I do like the thought of outland88 powering the Internet, no the world.
Can anyone point me to a resource that outlines which "search engines" are currently powered by whom.
The searchenginewatch page [searchenginewatch.com...] seems outdated.
Yeah, that long page with descriptions is on the list of things to update. Will get to it soon, when/if we finally get a slow news day.
But the Who Powers Whom Chart is fairly fresh:
Just read everything in the Yahoo column to now mean Yahoo/Overture.
[altavista.com...] is giving me
"Unfortunately, we are unable to process your request at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please try again later."
If it crawled and updated as many sites as completely as its filtering technology offered in options, it could have been a winner.
Simplicity is the key to all things especially if it needs to be used by the Internet audience. So I'm not suprised to see AV go. Probably used it 15 times in the past 2 years!.