Ask.com wants users to ask each other, not Jeeves
You won't be able to ask Jeeves, the butler that made the search engine now known as Ask.com famous in the late '90s. But in a bid to engage more users, Ask is returning to its question-and-answer roots by tapping its users and the Web.
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#1 Jul 28, 2010
Great search engine....
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