14 responses to “Twitter = Fastest Growing Search Engine”

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  7. Kate Spiers

    …and if that isn’t a compelling enough reason for business to start taking Twitter seriously (and lots don’t) then I don’t know what is….

    will be quoting this a lot in the next few weeks, I think!


  8. Sven

    Good point!

    Seriously, Twitter is so freakin fast, no wonder people use it for realtime information. Example: When there was a storm over Germany causing many delays in the public railway system, Twitter was my preferred source of information. No other medium could tell me asap that just few minutes ago Frankfurt Central Station had been closed. Amazing…
    Btw: this also works for train delays and much faster than Deutsche Bahn themselves can provide you with the info….

  9. Robbie

    I miss Ask Jeeves. I know it still exists but I guess it lost the butler feel. We were forced to use that as our primary search engine in middle school. 10 years ago.

    1. equalman


      Great call on Ask Jeeves!

      Did you know… Reginald Jeeves is a fictional character in the short stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse, being the “gentleman’s personal gentleman” (valet) of Bertie Wooster (Bertram Wilberforce Wooster).

      Created in 1915, Jeeves would continue to appear in Wodehouse’s works until his final, completed, novel Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen in 1974, making him Wodehouse’s most famous character. The name “Jeeves” comes from Percy Jeeves, a Warwickshire cricketer killed in the First World War.

      Both the name “Jeeves” and the character of Jeeves have come to be thought of as the quintessential name and nature of a valet, butler, or chauffeur, inspiring many similar characters (as well as the name of the Internet search engine Ask Jeeves).

      Anyone miss Excite?


  10. Disa Johnson

    I miss Altavista, whose search marketshare declined 1 for 1 as Google’s increased. So if Twitter becomes competitive with Google, let the sound of Buzz fall flat back to earth. People won’t search in the future to find old webpages in the Google index if they can search for snippets of relevant text in social streams. I miss Altavista. I’m an avid user and fan of Twitter!

    1. equalman

      I miss Lycos :)

  11. deansguide


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    1. equalman


      The irony! Good luck on your panel at the Wine Industry Technology Symposium. I’m glad this article will help!