Friday, October 22, 2004

New blog search engine: Blabble


Blabble incorporates natural language processing that parses blog listings returned in a search into parts of speech so as to extract from them words, phrases and constructions that indicate opinion. “50,000 people may write about a topic, but you don’t have time to read 50,000 listings,” says Rice. “And I probably don’t care about one individual opinion; it’s the aggregate that I care about."

Not sure about that. I care about what those 50,000 people think are the best listing for a given topic. And I will only read those listings. I don't care what John Smith has to say about Google, but I certainly read Battelle's blog everyday.

By the way, Blabble is still in pre beta.

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