Thursday, September 23, 2004
Looksmart Gobbles Up Furl
Furl, a service that allows you to save and recall anything you see online, was scooped up by LookSmart yesterday. Furl sent out this letter to its members letting them know of the new bosses, and of one immediate new feature: the allocation of five gigabytes of potential page storage per user. LookSmart has clearly realized the velue of personalized search, and in one move assuages their customers fears of falling behind A9, Jeeves, and Yahoo. There is one other major search company that still needs to show they are serious about winning this battle...
(via John Battelle's Searchblog)