search cancel – A More Relevant Search Engine

NowRelevant.comThis is a new search engine that has been created by people who saw an inherent weakness in the way most other engines operate: the way in which results that are so old as to be obsolete are placed side by side with results that are indeed fresh and useful. That is why they created Now Relevant, a search engine whose range goes back no longer than 14 days.


This means that the results that you are being presented with will always have a minimum degree or relevance attached to them. For example, if you look up “Argentina goal world cup” you will be presented with results related to the current FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

As a project, Now Relevant is intrinsically tied to “The Internet Time Machine” a project that was started a couple of years ago and that charts not only trends but also results, IE it monitors “supply” and “demand” in order to arrive at the one context in which the needs of the buying public are more clearly determined. By doing this, any company should be theoretically enabled to give the people what they want, right when they want it. In Their Own Words

“By using advanced cloud computing algorithms, the worldwide software project known as “The Internet Time Machine”, when flipped around, is also a high powered search engine that is now opened up to the public. is the link to The Internet Time Machine’s backend search engine that give you every written word about a subject for the past 14 days. It monitor millions of sources and feeds to give you the most up to date and pertinent information on your subject. With the historical clutter that permeates the web (not all of the html pages are clutter, but much of it is irrelevant now) we decided to set up a complex system of filtering and algorithms to give you just discussions and information about your subject for the past 14 days only.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

As a concept, it has got potential – it makes searching the Internet something far more concise.

Some Questions About

In which ways can results be filtered?


Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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