I’m reliably informed that every day, Google serves about 3 billion searches globally. I didn’t count that myself but I’m taking it on good authority.
But what if instead, every query was saved as a unique page accompanied by hand-researched and written answers created by a community of curators?
What if questions were semantically tagged to show the most popular related queries, giving a quick idea of what’s important about a subject beyond the Wikipedia question of “what is it?”
Could something like that offer an alternative to traditional search engines?
January 7th, 2011