Mozdex + Kozoru = Future
What would it be like if you could search the internet by just asking questions instead of putting keywords in? Well, kozoru, which has recently been "banned by google" aims to make this possible, or at least that was its original plan until apparenlty big business shut them off (like the lovely google).
However, isn't there hope? Even if big and well known search engines refuse to cooperate wouldn't it be possible to cooperate with mozdex, an open search engine that infact encourages building upon it and innovating? Maybe mozdex could work with kozoru to actually make this happen mutually helping each other.
Kozoru needs a search engine that they can interface their technology with in order to enable "searching like you think" and mozdex needs a bigger index and attention. Working together, kozoru get's a partner in a search engine open to cooperation on such a great idea while helping mozdex grow its index as well as get some serious attention for doing something near-revolutionary as is this.
The result would be something incredible. Internet users would have a choice between normal mozdex search by keywords (still maybe most reliable at first and what they used to) and mozdex based kozoru search (which probably wont be as good at first, but will grow in efficiency as it is improved through time).
Of course, in that it would be a great idea, I would say essential even, for kozoru to have all its source code liberated. Then this coexistence can be full as both would be powered by Free Software.
What do you think? What does Byron and mozdex guys think?