Is the number of irrelevant search results going to decrease some time soon?

I don’t think so.

A couple of days ago, I was reading a post titled Thoughts on the State of Search at the O’Reilly Radar. I completely agree with most of the points expressed in the article, in particular with the facts that:

  • The number of irrelevant search results will increase as the Web gets bigger

  • It is time for the search companies to start embracing, seriously, queries formulated in natural language

  • It is time that the search companies present the results grouped (clustered) in a meaningful way to facilitate the arduous labour we have of finding a needle in a haystack of irrelevant results

  • The search companies must update their databases more frequently

To read the post, you can click here.





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