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This is what comes after search - Quartz

Search is, in essence, a command-line interface for the web. Command-line interfaces are what came before the “graphical user interface” popularized by the Macintosh and Microsoft Windows, and they’re popular among the engineers who actually build the web. So it’s no surprise that the world’s first universal interface for the web was, after all, simply a box into which you type some text, and can even append operators like “site:cnn.com” or “filetype:pdf.”

2013

How Search Works - The Story – Inside Search – Google

by 2 others
Search. It happens billions of times a day in the blink of an eye. Explore the art and science that makes it possible.

2012

Topsy - Instant social insight

by 7 others
Make better decisions. Analyze billions of conversations in realtime.

2011

TinEye Reverse Image Search

by 12 others
TinEye is a reverse image search engine. It finds out where an image came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or if there is a higher resolution version.

2010

Qwiki

by 2 others
Qwiki's goal is to forever improve the way people experience information. Whether you’re planning a vacation on the web, evaluating restaurants on your phone, or helping with homework in front of the family AppleTV, Qwiki is working to deliver information in a format that's quintessentially human – via storytelling instead of search. We are the first to turn information into an experience. We believe that just because data is stored by machines doesn’t mean it should be presented as a machine-readable list. Let's try harder.

2009

Multicolr Search Lab - Idée Inc.

by 4 others
We extracted the colours from 10 million of the most “interesting” Creative Commons images on Flickr. Using our visual similarity technology you can navigate the collection by colour.

Hunch : Guide practical decision making

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Look. Decision-making is difficult, and decisions have to be made constantly. What should I be for Halloween? Do I need a Porsche? Should I dump that loser? Is Phoenix a good place to retire? Whom should I vote for? What toe ring should I buy? It's a cruel world out there. Coin-flipping, I Ching consultation, closing your eyes and jumping, postponing the inevitable, Rock-Paper-Scissors, and asking your sister are all time-honored means of coming to a decision -- and yet we think there's room for one more: Hunch.

2008

Google lance une application Voix-Recherche pour l’iPhone

La reconnaissance vocale reste le Graal de la Technologie et Google se lance à sa conquête. A partir d’aujourd’hui, les utilisateurs d’iPhone peuvent télécharger une application qui leur permet de poser une question et de recevoir en quelques secondes une réponse. L’application fonctionne en enregistrant votre voix puis la question remonte jusqu’aux serveurs de Google, les données sont analysées et les résultats sont renvoyés. Ces résultats ne sont pas encore parfaits mais l’application est en phase d’apprentissage et intègre les techniques de recherches progressivement; d’ici peu tout pourrait être quasi parfait. La vidéo:

compfight / a flickr™ search tool

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Tags vs Text. Tags are keywords. If your "tags only" results are weak use less words or use "all text" to rummage through titles and descriptions. Tab Me Turn your popups on. Safari users can hold the "command" key when clicking thumbnails to invoke tabbing. Tabbing is tight. Blue Bars Bars indicate flickr™ is holding an original. Lingering your cursor over a bar will display the pixel dimensions. Creative Commons Checking this box restricts your search to the Creative Commons library. Use the "commercial" setting to hunt for commercially usable assets. Seek Original If you want nothing but blue bars change the Seek Original switch to "only." Turn the feature completely off when you intend to wander around flickr™. Safe Search Do not disable the Safe Search unless you're of legal age, in a legal country, promise not to tell your mom, etc. About Fashioned by Ryan & Bryan with glue sticks and rubber bands. They love advertising. Direct only good things to: hello@compfight.com. Legal Compfight is not affiliated with flickr™ but makes good use of the flickr™ API. Always double check your CC license(s) before use. Please respect the rights of all content creators. Godspeed. © 2008 Compfight

Higher Antitrust Bar For Yahoo, Google Partnership -- Search Engines -- InformationWeek

Any deal between the world's two largest Internet search services will draw heavy scrutiny from U.S. and European competition regulators, analysts suggest.

2007

Blackle - Energy Saving Search

by 11 others (via)
Powered by Google, Blackle was created on the premise that a black, as opposed to a white, computer screen saves a significant amount of energy. Multiply that by the number of searches conducted a day and we're on to something. We know that not everyone is crazy about the look of a black screen, but part of this sustainable design gig is about examining our perceptions of beauty. Maybe if the bevel and embossed logotype were tweaked just a bit.

quicksilver: also makes julienne fries

by 30 others
At first glance, Quicksilver is a launcher. Command Window When opened, it will create a catalog of applications and some frequently used folders and documents. Activate it, and you can search for and open anything in its catalog instantly. The search is adaptive, so Quicksilver will recognize which items you are searching for based on previous experience. It also supports abbreviations, so you can type entire words, or just fragments of each. When not in use, Quicksilver vanishes, waiting for the next time you summon it.

alpha (beta)

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Whilst aggregating feeds on one page is nothing new, we wanted to take a federated search concept one step further. With this beta, we have introduced personalisation elements that not only allow users to customise their view, but also to add their favourite search service (at least those who syndicate their search results via OpenSearch RSS).

midomi

by 2 others
Search for music by singing or humming part of a song. All you need is a microphone.

2005

Gataga - Social bookmark search and exploration engine

by 12 others (via)
Gataga searches bookmarks from del.icio.us, blogmarks, blinklist and jots.

How to Search for MP3s using Google - Automated!

by 5 others
How to Search for MP3s using Google - Automated!

A9.com

by 1 other (via)
Searching the Web and Beyond A9.com provides several sources of information with a customized multi-column interface. The list of available sources appears as buttons on the right side of the search results page. Clicking on any button opens a new column on the same page (clicking the button again will close that column). You can adjust the size of the columns by dragging the borders to the left or right [learn more]. The arrangement of open columns and their relative sizes is automatically kept for the next search.

2004

WhatTheFont : MyFonts

by 91 others
Ever wanted to have a font just like the one used by certain publications, corporations, or ad campaigns? Well now you can, using the WhatTheFont font recognition system. Upload a scanned image of the font and we'll show you the closest matches in our database!

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