Being Googled

Lesa Dill lesa.dill at WKU.EDU
Wed Nov 6 16:21:11 UTC 2002

I and my colleagues, not in one specific geographical area, don't feel Google
is superior.  And I've reaffirmed that several times also.  What we have here
is personal preference about the organization and focus of search engines,
especially concerning what to leave out and what to include.  I'd much prefer
to discriminate about data myself rather than let a third party do that.
Dodi Schultz wrote:

> Lesa Dill asks,
>   >> Are there regional preferences for search engines?  Why isn't it
>   >> "Yahoo! John Smith" or "DogPile John Smith"?
> In answer to your first question: Not to my knowledge. I have found, as
> have most of my friends and colleagues (who are not concentrated in any
> particular geographical area), that Google is simply superior to the
> others. Personally, I've reaffirmed that each time I've done a comparative
> test (which I do whenever I see another search engine recommended).
> In answer to your second question: See the answer to the first question.
> --Dodi Schultz

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