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> Wikipedia co-founder plans new "search engine", Wikiasari to "rival Google" by 2086, perhaps sooner
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post Tue 26th December 2006, 4:11pm
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Wikipedia to Take On Google?
IDM.net.au, Australia - 30 minutes ago
December 27th, 2006: Amazon and Wikipedia are reportedly working together on a new search engine that the two hope will beat Google at its own game. ...
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post Tue 26th December 2006, 4:12pm
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Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, the online encyclopaedia, is set to launch an internet search engine with amazon.com that he hopes will become a rival to Google and Yahoo!

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post Tue 26th December 2006, 6:40pm
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The search engine, code-named Wikiasari, would combine open-source technology and human intervention to deliver more relevant results than the algorithm-based systems used today.

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post Tue 26th December 2006, 8:06pm
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Amazon Backs Wikipedia Founder in Creating User-Driven Search Engine
AXcess News, NV - 11 minutes ago
By Dave Porter. (AXcess News) Reno, NV - Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is supposedly getting ready to launch a user-driven search engine with the financial ...
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post Tue 26th December 2006, 7:57pm
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Wikipedia Founder Plans Google Killer
Red Herring, CA - 50 minutes ago
By Sunshine Mugrabi. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is planning to launch a new search engine that he hopes can compete with top search engines Google and Yahoo. ...
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post Tue 26th December 2006, 10:46pm
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( InfoWorld ) - The founder of Wikipedia is developing a  Wiki-based search engine  to compete with established commercial search engines from Google and Yahoo. Jimmy Wales announced plans to develop the search engine, to be named "Wikiasari," or "Wikia," for short, in a  Dec. 23 online posting . The Wikimedia Foundation, which manages the Web site Wikipedia.com, a user-edited online ...

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 12:45am
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The founder of Wikipedia is inviting others to join him in development of an open source Wiki-like search engine to compete against Google and Yahoo.

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 3:16am
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The founder of Wikipedia, the user-edited online encyclopedia, is developing a Wiki-based search engine to compete with established commercial search engines from Google and Yahoo.

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 5:14am
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The founder of Wikipedia plans to take on the giant by offering search results that tap the knowledge of people across the Web

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post Tue 26th December 2006, 6:23pm
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The search engine, code-named Wikiasari, would combine open source technology and human intervention to deliver more relevant results than the algorithm-based systems used today.

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 2:26am
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Wikipedia founder looks to crush Google
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By Justin Mann, TechSpot.com. Could the founder of Wikipedia succeed where giant Microsoft has failed? Launching fairly soon, early ...
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post Wed 27th December 2006, 8:08am
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Wikipedia-like search engine in development
techworld.nl, Netherlands - 13 minutes ago
The founder of Wikipedia, the user-edited online encyclopedia, is developing a Wiki-based search engine to compete with established commercial search ...
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post Wed 27th December 2006, 8:11am
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Wikipedia-like search engine in development
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The founder of Wikipedia, the user-edited online encyclopedia, is developing a Wiki-based search engine to compete with established commercial search engines ...
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post Wed 27th December 2006, 4:01am
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Wikipedia Founder Plans Search Engine
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Jimmy Wales, founder of online encyclopedia Wikipedia, is planning to build an online commercial search engine that would compete with Google and Yahoo. ...
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post Wed 27th December 2006, 1:29pm
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The founder of Wikipedia, the user-edited online encyclopedia, is developing a wiki-based search engine to compete with established commercial search engines from Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 12:13pm
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Wikipedia founder turns to search
Techworld.com, UK - 7 hours ago
Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, is developing a wiki-based search engine to compete with existing commercial search engines such as Google. ...
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post Wed 27th December 2006, 9:00pm
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The search giants have a new -- and important -- rival looming on the competitive landscape.

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 9:00pm
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In a piece I wrote last year called "3 Giant-Killers to Watch," I mentioned a few innovators that I thought could give some giants a run for their money. One of them was Wikipedia, which I thought might present unexpected competition to Google (Nasdaq: GOOG - News). That seems a bit closer to reality almost exactly one year later, and in an even more unexpected fashion, given the news that ...

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 10:28pm
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The search engine, code-named Wikiasari, would combine open source technology and human intervention to deliver more relevant results than the algorithm-based systems used today.

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post Wed 27th December 2006, 11:57pm
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Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, pictured March 2006, is calling for people to join him in an Internet search engine revolution, his weblog showed.

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