Dumbfind Inc.

September 26, 2005 14:17 ET

New Search Engine Dumbfind.com Revolutionizes Information Searches

WASHINGTON--(CCNMatthews - Sep 26, 2005) -

With the launch of a new intuition-driven search engine, Dumbfind.com has revolutionized the way in which we search for information on the Internet, radically simplifying the search process. Unlike traditional search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves and Microsoft's MSN Search, Dumbfind.com uses innovative search technologies to offer a combination of traditional keyword search with the ability to prioritize results based on generalized topics. This allows users to utilize their intuition to construct highly meaningful and relevant inquiries.

Funded by seed capital from a private investor group, Dumbfind.com was dumbfounded by technology pioneer Chris Seline, a graduate of Johns Hopkins, who calls himself the "Dumbfounder." Seline says, "Search engines are dumb - people are not. The most sophisticated algorithms and fastest supercomputers are still no match for the computational power of the human brain. Dumbfind enables users to effectively harness their brainpower in the search environment by actively engaging their intuition. This dramatically increases the flexibility of search queries and the relevance of results."

Dumbfind.com is the result of over two years of solid work, originally from Seline's Alexandria, VA, home and now across the Potomac River in Washington, DC. Dumbfind.com offers the search market a viable and efficient alternative to the traditional keyword search. By offering two search boxes, one for keywords and one for generalized topics, users are able to filter out unwanted information and retrieve results most relevant to their desired topics.

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