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Monday, August 29, 2005
(Via New Scientist) Personalising searches has long been a challenge. Search engine Vivisimo allows searchers to personalise pages manually by clustering the results of ambiguous searches. This allows subsequent searches for "jaguar", for example, to group pages into separate categories for cats and cars. An upcoming search tool will comb hard drive and work out personal interests before serving up web pages tailored to one’s taste. The search engine shall automatically ranks results according to information about your personal interests it gathers from your PC. Wow - Same query may result in varied results depending on the machine from which you are searching - one result in office desktop, another in blackberry and yet another at home. Different results in Office goer's PC, College goer's PC, Teenager's PC.. Quite interesting - it may become the case that a person is better known by the system that he carries/uses.. Interesting indeed.
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