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Submitted by on June 8, 2009 – 8:24 pm | 1,482 views

I’ve been using Bing.com now for a good week now.  Overall it does a great job returning fairly accurate links back to me in a fashion that makes sense.  One of the cool things that I really like about Bing is that it was not built from cache.  In other words, my 1997 geocities account doesn’t show up like it did on some search engines.

I’m experimenting with the news alerts and I don’t think I like what I’m finding when I compare it to Google news alerts.  Overall, it’s not too shabby for a Microsoft product.

I found a great tool for you to select which search engine you think is the best.  Blindsearch will search Google, Bing, and Yahoo all at the same time and then you can vote on which search results you like.  Give it a shot–I wasn’t surprised by the one I picked.


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