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There were dozens of other search engines 6 Lycos, AskJeeves, AltaVista, About 6 and more, long before Microsoft devised Bing and Chinese entrepreneurs developed Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU).
Billy, 67, topped the AskJeeves poll, followed closely by 56-year-old Victoria Wood.
Nadia Kelly, of website AskJeeves, who compiled the research after questioning 1,000 people, said: "As parents learn words, the kids will come up with new ones.
Danielle, 29, this week showed how to make a men's suit sexy as she promoted the return of internet search site AskJeeves.
The shift in the questions we've been getting has been really dramatic," the Mirror quoted Cesar Mascaraque, managing director of askjeeves.
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While it remains to be seen what AskJeeves will do with Bloglines, the match seems a promising one.
The most widely used search engines are Google, Yahoo, MSN, AOL Search, and AskJeeves.
The acquisition is expected to increase the stability of real-time content delivery for Moreover's customers, which include AskJeeves, the BBC and MSN.
A recent study (Bilal, 2003) showed that children preferred search engines that are designed for adult users such as Google, Alta Vista, AskJeeves, and Yahoo.
The men used in the commercial are actual employees of the AskJeeves.
The children, aged 7-12, will receive toys and books donated by AskJeeves.