Aardvark joins Google!

Nice!

From: "Aardvark Newsletter" <no-reply@aardvarkteam.com>
Date: 12. února 2010 20:15:22 GMT+01:00
Subject: Aardvark joins Google!
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Aardvark Newsletter — February, 2010
Dear friends,
 
Aardvark has just been acquired by Google!
 
Aardvark will remain fully operational and completely free, providing quick, helpful answers to all of your questions.  For more information about how the acquisition affects Aardvark users, check out the FAQ that we've put together.
 
We're also excited to announce that our research paper about Social Search has been accepted to a prestigious industry coference!  See below for more details.
 
Try answering a question today to help out all of the new Aardvark users asking questions — or ask a question of your own about the Winter Olympics, Mardis Gras, or any other weekend plans.

 
As always, visit our Community Forum and our Facebook page and keep sending us comments, bugs, and other feedback.  We read and respond to everything we get from you.

Thanks for all of your support so far, and stay tuned for more exciting things to come!

 
Onwards and Varkwards,
– The Aardvark Team
feedback@aardvarkteam.com

 

Aardvark joins Google!
 
We're thrilled!
Read all about it on our blog, and make sure to read the FAQ about what this means for Aardvark users. Aardvark will remain fully operational and completely free.

 
 

Aardvark paper about Social Search accepted to the WWW Conference!


 
Back in October, we wrote a research paper entitled “Anatomy of a Large-Scale Social Search Engine” and submitted it to WWW 2010
 
The paper summarizes the principles behind the social search revolution that we're all a part of, and gives a thorough description of the architecture, algorithms, and interfaces in Aardvark.
 
Read more about it on our blog!

  
 

Aardvark co-founder Damon Horowitz speaks at the TEDx conference!
 
The TEDx conference, affiliated with the world-famous TED conference, invited our CTO Damon Horowitz to speak at the end of January about how (and why) we developed Aardvark. 
 
See his talk, "Why Machines Need People", here: [youtube   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YdE-D_lSgI

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