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Bing at one month – :)

Sunday, July 5th, 2009

I did not enjoy previous search experiences presented by Microsoft – I sampled them and found them to be full of less than optimized results (too much junk or non-relevant content and results full of ‘index’ sites.) I like the new presentation of Bing (a nice daily photo with an un-cluttered layout.) At this point Continue reading →

Recent Google search enhancements

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

In case you did not notice, there are some interesting new features in Google search – the video below (from Google) provides a quick introduction.  Note the new types of relationships as well as time-sensitive options that are now possible.

Computational search – Wolfram Alpha

Friday, May 15th, 2009

WolfRam Alpha – a computaional knowledge engine Launching May 29, 2009, tonight (5/15/09) a live webcast is being presented on this new search tool.  Ready for the new direction that Stephen Wolfram is taking? Based on Mathematica technologies this new engine may be a tool of choice for anyone familiar with Mathematica. Wolfram writes, “When Continue reading →

SCIK – Superior Content is King, right?

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

Naw, you just need to be viral, right?

If you are an IT problem solver then there is a good chance that you use one or more search engines on a daily basis.  Why go through the hassles usually encountered to resolve complex technical problems when, using a search engine you can cut the time needed to resolve the issue by reading how Joe resolved IT?  This site is one example

Root cause analysis – do you really want to know?

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

Root Cause Analysis – it’s not about finger pointing (or at least, it shouldn’t be.)

Sometimes it’s just easier if you can blame some thing (or some one entity.)  We all are more comfortable when a handy scapegoat is available – if, however, you really want to solve problems then you have to dig; sometimes (if you are lucky) the digging will be brief but usually, it will be

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