• robthespy

    Seems a bit disjointed.

    I’ll try it out for a few days I guess. But this type of “search experience” is completely unappealing to me.

  • http://www.dwtransport.co.uk/ Megan

    this is something great with yahoo.  

  • http://twitter.com/iashishPsingh Ashish Pratap Singh

    This will reduce the CTR of SERP’s as instant pageviews done in case of Google, But definately improves the user experience. Seems a good move from user perspective

  • http://twitter.com/iashishPsingh Ashish Pratap Singh

     perhaps, it is because we are not familiar with this kind of search, i call it Visual Search. What i found best part of it, that I don’t need to go to every page to check its relevancy of content with my search motive.

  • robthespy

    Wow! Two bold statements. Kudos for for shooting from the hip. But……WHY?

    Yahoo! has always toed the line between entertainment and information. Actually blurred the line, perhaps. This type of search may appeal to a very specific type of user. It might work- but only for Yahoo!

    It will be interesting to see how it all plays out. Google has left the door open a bit, so I wouldn’t be surprised if stuff like this, combined w/ the traditional search of Bing (w improved relevancy), evens the score a bit more.

  • http://www.facebook.com/fionn.downhill Fionn Downhill

    Hate it

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  • http://www.danielhaim.com/ Daniel Haim

    Is it going to be as exciting as Internet Explorer 9??

  • http://twitter.com/incrediblehelp Jaan Kanellis

    If you build it they probably wont come.  I hate the “ripping through the web” analogy!

  • http://twitter.com/leebeirne1 Lee Beirne

    Great idea and concept, but after what, 14 years of “text” search, it will be hard to change searching habits.

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NZPE57DTXGFBDC2W6JGDXCEQZM James

    The new Yahoo system has completely disrupted my computer use.

    It has removed toolbars at the top and bottom of my screen, so that I can no
    longer see (or use) my bookmarks. Apparently, they are trying to use “Bookmarks”
    for a new advertising opportunity. 

    That is only one of the difficulties I’ve encountered — on some screens the only way I can get back to the regular computer screen is to turn the whole computer off! — all of which happened without ANY previous notice nor any explanation

    As soon as I can get all the email addresses off of my Yahoo email, I am going to
    get rid of SBC and Yahoo for good. It is incomprehensible that a business could
    treat its customers this way. I guess that Yahoo isn’t really a business, but more
    like what Gertrude Stein called Oakland: there’s no there there.

    James Dunaway

  • http://twitter.com/smithonly1 Sumith Sasidharan

    “My sense is that people will horizontally scroll for “longer” than vertically” – Works well on iPhone and iPad but what about PC? On PC, people normally scroll ‘down’ instead of scroll ‘right’.

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  • http://twitter.com/iashishPsingh Ashish Pratap Singh

    yes Bing’s move in this vertical is awaited, Let’s hope for some better UX package from Bing.