These are the things I've written that are tagged "search"

DuckDuckGo Reimagined & Redesigned

20 May 2014

DuckDuckGo’s totally-overhauled site looks and feels great. They replaced Google as my default search engine a year or so ago, and I haven’t regretted it for a second. Here’s how to add them to Safari.


04 March 2013

A response to so many new frameworks keeping much of their data on the client-side: Lunr.js is a small, full-text search library for use in the browser. It indexes JSON documents and provides a simple search interface for retrieving documents that best match text queries.

Yahoo Gives Up On Search, Bets on Bing

29 July 2009

Earlier today Yahoo and Microsoft signed a 10 year deal which sees Yahoo not developing any new search technologies, and using Bing for it’s algorithms. Like most of you, I fail to see how reducing the main Search players from 3 to 2 creates “more innovation”, but does anyone even read these press releases anymore? […]

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