a few more thoughts on google knol.

I've mulled it over a spell and have come up with one slightly less critical thought on Google knol. A potential positive - users can rate, edit, comment on, and question articles, which may lead to a more visible and interesting conversation than in Wikipedia discussion pages. My main question about article edits is this... Continue Reading →

third-generation search engines

It's been out for a week now but I just got around to reading Newsweek's "Searching for the Best Engine" article, which compares efforts by various companies to shave¬† Google's market share by improving on their "second-generation" search model (first generation = query matching, second generation = weighted link-frequency ranking). Although much of it reads... Continue Reading →

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