blind_html A search site with a brain

  • From: "David Whitehead" <d.h.whitehead@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blind_html@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 23 May 2009 17:38:46 -0400

>
> Today's Cool Site;
>
> From Kim Komando
>
> A search site with a brain
>
> Google is hands down the most popular search site. In fact, the name is
> practically synonymous with Web searches.
>
> Of course, Google has a long history of offering innovative services. But
> here's a news flash: Google isn't the only innovator in search!
>
> In fact, a remarkable new search site launched this past week. And it has
> everybody talking.
>
> WolframAlpha isn't going to replace Google. It isn't designed to help you
> surf the Net.
>
> Rather, WolframAlpha is a computational search site. That's just a fancy
> way of saying that it is designed to help you find answers.
>
> For example, you can enter a math problem. WolframAlpha will return the
> result. Google can do this with simple problems. But try feeding it a
> complex calculus
> equation!
>
> Solving math problems is only the tip of the iceberg. WolframAlpha is
> capable of so many more interesting feats.
>
> The site is quite fun to explore. You might try entering dates or names.
> Ask questions about science or the stock market. You'll be amazed at how
> smart
> this site is!
>
> WolframAlpha is perfect for finding answers to tricky questions. You'll
> want to bookmark it. That way, you're prepared when your kids ask for help
> with
> their trigonometry homework!
>
> TO VISIT TODAY'S COOL SITE, GO HERE:
> www.wolframalpha.com


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