Facebook, Google, and the future of real-time search

by David Spark on August 12, 2009

Last night on WABC Radio, Curtis Sliwa and I discussed the wife of Twitter’s CEO, Evan Williams, tweeting her labor, and the new announcements around real-time search:

  • Facebook made its announcement about real-time search for all its users.
  • Facebook buys Friendfeed which has real-time search.
  • Google announces Google Caffeine which is really just an improved search with faster indexing, or so Google claims.

Listen or download our five minute conversation about the issues.

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