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March 16, 2010

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funny enough google have something similar that answers question using your social network

http://vark.com/

It's in labs at the moment and I haven't given it a go yet, but there will come a day when google takes over the world methinks.

A very interesting idea, Drew. Whilst, Google is great for normal search, Twitter is fantastic for giving you the latest insight into what people are thinking and doing. As your initial post suggests, it’s all about real time search over the archived web.

I look forward to reading the random updates!

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