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15 October 2004

“Google Desktop”:http://www.desktop.google.com/index.html has arrived and two more desktop searching products are on their way. AOL is reportedly developing AOL Desktop Search and a new search engine, “Exalead”:http://beta.exalead.com/search also plans a “desktop search product”:http://beta.exalead.com/search/C=0MlQAMAA%3d/2p=5.

BBC World’s Click Online just did a “short report”:http://www.bbcworld.com/content/template_clickonline.asp?pageid=666&co_pageid=2 about hard disk indexing programs which covers some of the same ground as I have done earlier (for example “here”:https://blog.org/archives/cat_search_engines.html#001238).

1 Comment

  1. At what point are people going to start to question the dominance of Googe? They seem to be doing lots of things very well – adsense, adwords, froogle, blogger, search (!) and now desktop search.

    Comment by Jonathan Briggs — 16 October 2004 @ 11:56 am

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