Kate Greene, Information Technology Editor at Technology Review, established in 1899 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the oldest technology magazine in the world, wrote an article entitled “Digging Deeper in Web Search – A personalization search tool reveals links buried deep within page results” featuring Surf Canyon. “Crucially, these new results are cleverly […]
Entries from January 2009
Bob Christopher, entrepreneur, innovator and creator of InnerCircle 1 Venture Forum, sat down to talk with Mark Cramer about the inspiration for Surf Canyon and what it takes to build a successful start-up.
Mark Cramer, CEO of Surf Canyon, offers some thoughts on the Mozilla blog regarding gathering and responding to user feedback. We have done our best to collect as much as information as possible from our users, as well as anyone else who wishes to offer feedback, and will continue to strive to respond, to the […]
T-Mobile Netherlands, which manages the second largest ISP in the Netherlands, Online.nl, has named Surf Canyon to its list of “Five essential plugins to get more out of Firefox.”
Yesterday, The Mossberg Solution Column of the Wall Street Journal ran an article about Google’s SearchWiki and Surf Canyon. While we’ve released an update of our software to make sure that these two technologies are compatible and have discussed how they compliment each other, it’s perhaps worth positioning these technologies in a larger framework of […]
Katherine Boehret at the Wall Street Journal wrote this week’s The Mossberg Solution column, which will appear in tomorrow’s print edition, entitled “Web Searches That Really Bear Fruit.” The subject, two “new free tools [that] aim to make online results more relevant by tracking your reactions,” is Google’s SearchWiki and Surf Canyon. We are naturally […]