August 04, 2006
Technorati just released an updated version. According to Sifry, they're currently tracking about 50 million blogs and they are increasingly including other forms of citizen media, including photos and video.
Writes Dave, which made it to AlwaysOn GoingOn, "we sought to make Technorati easier and more intuitive to search, discover and organize the World Live Web. What we released is a big step in that direction."
They have improved their core search technologies that index new information within minutes of being posted to the Web, as well as a fresher UI that "post more results above the fold, and better sorting options - including sorting by language, authority, and freshness. If you're confused, you can get a deeper explanation of keyword results and of URL results."
There is a new “Discover” section, which organizes the blogosphere into easily recognized categories. From news and tech, to sports, business and life, scanning what’s hot in the global conversation at any given moment in time is one click away.
Technorati’s Favorites feature has also been improved, enabling you to select and organize your favorite blogs, and to view the most recent posts from these blogs every time you return to the homepage. Check out their new release.
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