|From:||Stephen Young <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sun, 27 Feb 2011 20:12:38 +1100|
Pavithra, I think you must have misspelled "Einstein". http://search.wik.me/search.htm?words=Albert+Einstein returns 20+ concepts named for Albert Einstein - and the topmost result is the man himself. And that list is something you CANNOT get from Google.
Clicking the top result http://wik.me/lfn2 ("Albert Einstein") also gives you something you can't get from Google - a self-organised presentation of what wik.me "knows" about Einstein. Google knows *nothing* about Einstein but where to find pages that contain the string "Albert Einstein".
Structured data is always going to permit greater functionality than keyword indexing. If it didn't, you and I wouldn't have a job ;-)
But of course Google is more robust - it would have detected your spelling mistake and given you the most-likely valid alternative. So it should be with 2000 engineers and over a decade of refinement.
wik.me can also only return results based on the data it has mapped, which means it's a valid alternative to Google for only a minority of searches. Our estimates suggest that with all organisations, products and services in, we should give a much better experience for around 65% of all searches currently made against Google. That's next.
On 26 February 2011 23:07, Pavithra <pavithra_kenjige@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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