Search engines and social networks are starting to look eerily similar. Bing searches now deliver recommendations from friends as well as links, Google uses data from Google+ in its search rankings, and Facebook’s new search bar can dig up information as well as people’s names and pictures. In this timeline, researchers from the location software company Yext suggest that search has always been social, starting in 1990 with the first internet search engine. Take a look.
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