Ask Jeeves enters the blogosphere

Posted by: Rob Hof on February 05, 2005

The only way to keep track of the many good blogs out there is to use software or Web services such as Bloglines to capture the never-ending information feeds in one place. Given the increasingly central nature of search engines to all things online, maybe it’s no surprise that Ask Jeeves apparently has just bought Bloglines, according to Mary Hodder, who runs a blog called Napsterization.org. It’s a smart move for a company still searching for a way to overcome the seemingly insurmountable leads of Google and Yahoo!.

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