Note to self: when creating a new search engine with $33 million in funding, remember to list your website on the front page when people search for you. Somehow, the Cuil algorithm missed it for a couple of days. No worries. Problem solved. On this,
Yes, it has been bad. It is possibly the greatest 1-day reversal of fortunes in the history of the Internet. Monday started off as a monumental day for Cuil with over 7.4 trillion articles and blog posts written about its launch. Before Monday ended, it
The reviews are starting to roll in. There are only two possible conclusions so far: either the community will need some time to get used to the new changes over at Propeller, or the changes were a bad move. The initial feelings of the community
One of the first front page stories that stayed at the top of the Propeller “Most Popular Stories” was titled, “Propeller.com new layout Sucks!!!“. If you click on the link to it, you get this: This article has been removed from our system for violating
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Digg Recommendation Engine Enlarges the Gap between the Top Submitters and the Other Millions of Users
A Digg Analysis post on popFAIL reveals an alarming “widening of the gap” between the top users and the middle users. In the report, an analysis was done of the last 500 stories to reach the front page of Digg, a period that encompasses the
Reviewing (well, testing) Tweetsnap. This seems like a pretty interesting idea for bloggers who are embedded in their twitter but hate messing with the downtime issues. We’ll see how it plays out.