Page on Twitter: I thought of it first

Wed 20 May 2009 11:22, Editors

When asked about Twitter search by Loic LeMeur Larry Page kindly suggested that the 'real time search' was something he had thought of long before Twitter did.

He stated: "I have always thought we needed to index the web every second to allow real time search. At first, my team laughed and did not believe me. Now they know they have to do it. Not everybody needs sub-second indexing but people are getting pretty excited about realtime."

Is this the boss who knows it all or is this true? What do you think?

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Page on Twitter: I thought of it first

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  • If Larry Page team supported him instead of laughing at him, Now Evan williams needs to plan for another project instead of working on twitter.

    Vr 22 mei 2009, 09:13

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