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Re: Europeans Look To Start Alternative to Google Print
Posted by ktjo on 2005-05-09 18:00:22
In reply to Keith Regan
Before Google dances off to launch a project of this scope, particularly if translations are involved, it would inspire more confidence in this user if their Search Engine knew the difference between Canada and the UK.
When Google swallowed Inference Find, I'd hoped
it would continue with the same degree of excellence. Not so.
I wish the folks who set up and ran Inference Find would come back and I know I'm far from alone in this. Google seems to be long past the point where it was interested in being a useful Search Engine.
Keep at it Europe - I'll stand in line to use your access.
And that's my $.02 Canadian..
K




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Re: Europeans Look To Start Alternative to Google Print  Keith Regan  2005-05-09 17:45:00
Re: Europeans Look To Start Alternative to Google Print  ktjo  2005-05-09 18:00:22
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