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BW: Google's New GoogleScout Feature Expands Scope of Search On the Internet

Sep 21, 1999, 17:43 (1 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Jason Fletcher for this link. ]

"Google Inc., one of the fastest growing search destinations on the World Wide Web, today announced GoogleScout(TM), a revolutionary new feature that expands a user's access to related information beyond the results of a search query. The company today also announced the launch of its new website at www.google.com."

"With the launch of the new Google site and the introduction of GoogleScout, Google completes a successful and widely publicized beta test, which is based on more than three years of advanced research at Stanford University's Computer Science Department. Google is dedicated to providing the best search experience on the World Wide Web by offering users a high-performance, scalable technology that enables fast access to information on the Internet..."

"Google's underlying technology integrates a clean, easy-to-use interface with next-generation technology to deliver search and related link search results based on importance and relevancy. The new GoogleScout feature offers a continuous source of relevant recommendations of where to go next on the web, and takes users to similar sites without additional keyword searching."

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