It is experimental software before Beta.
Here's what Allen Searls, Wondir Community VP, wrote about QTSaver on his Blog
September 07, 2005
QTSaver: Microcontent Engine
Zeev on his new Microcontent Engine
I got to try it out the other day and found it very different and very cool. Hopefully he'll have some of the real-time engine APIs as options available soon as well. I had no idea what QT Saver was until Zeev let me take it for a spin. It's really a search engine that delivers large snippets of microcontent and displays them as results, rather than links. Reminiscent of Answerbus and a few of the Blog engines, but he's got a new slant. Worth watching how this develops.
And here is what was written about QTSaver on Search Engines Marketing Blog
QTSaver - how did I miss it?
As a result of my post regarding the Orion new search method, I came across a tool QTSaver,
I actually contacted the owner of the Blog and the inventor of the tool and found out that this tool already exist for a few years now, he let me use this and I must say that I really enjoy it and think that there is a lot in it.
As it seems, micro content aggregation tools are great for people who are doing research a specific subject, IMO, they do not serve the user who wishes to buy a specific widget and is looking for a good place to do it, for this the regular
SERP or even better, a shopping engine will be a much better research job. Both way of searching, or actually I should say displaying results serve a specific need, I guess that it is up to the tools providers to educate the right audience what is the best tool for them.
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