Wall Street Journal on blog search

Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal features an article on the world of blog search and how companies such as Technorati, BlogPulse, IceRocket, and Feedster are providing users with access to information as it happens. It is a pretty good overview of the industry and the various search services that will introduce people to the concept of searching for information as it happens.

The failure to mention Ask Jeeves and its purchase of Bloglines seems like a big omission given the comparisons made between smaller search startups and bigger search players such as Google, Yahoo!, and MSN.

I will have to flip through the hardcopy version of The Wall Street Journal tomorrow to check where in the paper the article appears.

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