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October 11, 2005
Chris Pirillo has debuted a new meta-search engine, gada.be. Apparently, it's getting hit pretty hard, so the performance isn't yet up to snuff, but if he gets that straightened out, it looks pretty neat. TechCrunch has a review. Gada.be runs search queries through Google News, Wikipedia, Flickr, and a bunch of other sites, so results can be interesting. Kind of the ultimate mash-up. It's set up to be especially swift for folks on mobile devices, as Pirillo explains. Worth checking out. (And please do--maybe your searches will replace the naughty words and phrases that currently populate the latest-searches category.)
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I need to create something less interesting next time. :) Seriously, we've got more RAM and servers on order, and will be in place within the next couple of days.
Posted by: Chris Pirillo at October 11, 2005 03:05 AM