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New Dallas-Based Seach Engine, Viewzi, Is Fun to Look At, If Nothing Else

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At last, Viewzi is live. And what, precisely, is Viewzi? Um, well, hard to say -- so let their press release say it instead: "It's a new type of search engine, providing Internet users a way to visually experience the best results from top search sites and other online content sources making search more fun." In other words, it's a far better time-waste than Google, though damned if I can tell yet whether or not it's more useful. (Update: So far, not so much.) And, yes, there's a good reason I mention it: The company's based out of Preston Forest Center, which means I may have to drive over to the office for a tutorial. --Robert Wilonsky

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