October 20, 2011 by staff
MC Hammer is entering the search business. The rapper and former harem pants enthusiastically announced their new search engine company called WIREDoo, on Wednesday at the Summit of San Francisco Web 2.0.
The candidate search is currently in pre-beta and not available to the public. WIREDoo, according to Hammer, will focus more on the deep search or find the relationship instead of keywords from Google and searches related link. While saying that it was an “attempt to recreate the search competition,” aware of the presence of Sergey Brin backstage, Hammer said this was an attempt to make the search experience “better.”
MC Hammer gave an example with a search for zip code 90210, which appeared schools, homes, crime rate, deeper drilling in schools revealed truancy rates, SAT scores, parental education data averaged over relevant and that was just the beginning of the search depth. Another example of use of Apple’s stock symbol showed all the funds invested in the company, the shares held and percentage of volume change.
WIREDoo motto: Find a one-time, see what is related. Hammer emphasized that point in the engine to deliver results beyond the general.
Hammer, born Stanley Burrell, a native of Bay Area Oakland, California, was influential in the outlet of rap music, but unfortunately, went bankrupt in 1996. The rapper said the former find this project two years of searching for “working” around the valley, spending time with young directors start.
The Web 2.0 Summit 2011 the theme was “data frame” and focused on consumption data and the impact on the economy. Other notable guests include Michael Dell, Steve Ballmer, Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley and Christopher Poole 4chan.
Burrell closed his presentation by saying: “Nobody is a game for a single in the valley, everyone plays for the win … big.”
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