Technorati’s New (Beta) Look

Dave Sifry on Technorati Weblog announces a new Public Beta: I’m pleased to announce the launch of the public beta of this major redesign of the Technorati service. We’ve been listening to your feedback, and we hope we’ve reflected that in this release. This is a beta. So, if you have feedback, please tell us because we …

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Copernic’s Search Desktop Goes Live

Copernic has today released its Desktop Search program, the latest addition to the harvest of desktop indexing software we’ve been cataloging in recent months. The press release says the software can “search your hard drive in less than a second to pinpoint the right picture, email, music file, etc.” while “your computer won’t slow down at …

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Q&A: X1 and The Future of Finding Stuff

  Full text of email interview with Mark Goodstein of X1 (see my column in WSJE and FEER this week)   — Who are you aiming at with this product?   Not to be too simplistic, we’re aiming at two groups: consumers and professionals, specifically those who have a lot of email and files and …

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