Tuesday, April 28, 2009

@ Evolution of web IV: Towards Perfect Search Engine

"The perfect search engine," says Google co-founder Larry Page, "would understand exactly what you mean and give back exactly what you want."

How far we are from a perfect search engine ?

Well , Google has a find a short route in the Journey towards perfect Search Engine .The top search always shows Wikipedia result, on most of the keywords . Wikipedia atleast gives some authentic information, what we want to search . But,there are so many keywords , for which there is no information, available in Wikipedia .

Though there is no better way then Google, for searching, in the world right now . We are still too far from the ideal of perfect search engine, described by Larry Page.

Web 2.0 has helped to put a new dimension in the web . A dimension which is different then static pages and dynamic pages . It is the people dimension . With Web 2.0 we can search people, we can find people .

Ahead of that, Semantic web, which is Web 3.0, promises to get us closer towards the perfect search engine .

Only time can tell , whether that promise will be met or not ?


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