MyLiveSearch BETA live on 29th of August
According to Rob Gabriel, founder and developer of MyLiveSearch “I would have hoped to release the beta release earlier but strongly believe that continued development has now made MyLiveSearch even more advanced then ever before.”
MyLiveSearch uses a small browser plug-in and takes results from established search engines like Google and treats them as “starting points” alongside the user’s bookmarks and other popular web hubs. From there, it crawls through hundreds of connecting web pages, searching for more information relevant to the original search.
The recently polished MyLiveSearch site can be found here.
This has the potential to change the way people search the internet. Google can’t search every page every day (to build its index). The web is so dynamic and changes so often – MyLiveSearch turns your own computer into a ‘super-spider’ to search it in real time.