I just had this idea that could truly revolutionize search engines. Let’s start with the motivation:
What do we usually rely on search engines for? Answer-finding, correct? We are part of a generation that mindlessly presses CTRL + T to open a new tab in our browser of choice, points it to www.google.com and types away whatever question we need an answer for. Then comes the tedious process of sorting through all the results in hopes of truly finding the answer to what we’re looking for. Typically, in a good day, we will find a link that contains the answer to our question, use the answer and ditch the browser tab. Does this sound like something you do more than once a day? Well, then read on.
What if we could make this process better? Oftentimes, I’ll require the answer to my question more than once and most of the times I just can’t be bothered with bookmarking the page. Even because, most of the times, I forget that I bookmarked something and I end up going to Google to search for something I already have an answer for, buried within my bookmarks. So there’s clearly a problem here. I’m wasting time more than once to find answers for the same information and – drawing on my recently developed and work-in-progress Dutch skills - dat kan niet. Continue Reading