Not many know, there is a computer science professor who inspired the birth of Google. Now, the professor hopes to compete with the search engine giant. Massimo Marchiori, the Italian professor named Volunia launch site. The site allowsusers to view a particular website components to find the subject of interest more quickly and interact with other users who have registered, the possibility of looking for the same web page.
"Web is a great place to live. There is information, as well as the people in it. Socialdimension has been there," said Marchiori, as Updatec.com read from AFP
The man who in 1990 discovered an algorithm for the ranking service internet pagenamed HyperSearch is sure, the functions available on Volunia would be normally found on search engines including Google and Yahoo.
Volunia whose copyright is listed in the United States, currently only available on a limited basis. Marchiori plans to expand its availability to the mac 12