Qwiki gone Public!!

As of today you can now watch the most beautiful online search engine in action. The Qwiki search engine had earlier been restricted to members only, or people with invites. But NOT any more!

(Qwiki, 2010)

Now you too have the opportunity to gaze at the amazing findings that appear when you search for a topic using the futuristic search engine.

In the past, only people with invites could receive  the warm feeling inside by typing in search topic after search topic. But that was the past! The Qwiki

project (founded by Doug Imbruce and Louis Monier) has now decided to grant every one the opportunity to take part in their project. But keep in mind that the project still is in it’s “Alpha” state. So if your topic search goes wrong or doesn’t show up, that’s the reason.

From left; Loius & Doug

(TechCrunch, 2010)

In 2010 the Qwiki project won first prize at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco. They had showed the world a new way to consume audio, text and video combined into a beautiful presentation.

If you haven’t tried the product yet prepare to be amazed! This is now available for everyone at http://www.qwiki.com

Should you still be a bit sceptic to it, we highly recommend that you watch the Qwiki presentation recorded at the TechCrunch convention..

(Qwiki, 2010).

Enjoy the SHOW!

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