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March 23, 2006

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BrendanKing

Tim, interesting Take on Google Base. I, for one, don't believe that Google intends base to be a challenge to the MLS. In fact, I think there is a lot of confusion around their intent but at the end of the day they are pursuing their mission to: “organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful.” I have more thoughts and clarifications here: http://point2agent.wordpress.com/2006/03/27/basegooglecom/


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Tim O'Keefe

Thanks for the post Brendan...?I agree that Google does not have some evil plan.

But the results from their actions will be the same nonetheless.

Tim

Shah Nawaz

I founded the first Real estate computer academy in 1991 and since then I have been following the technology impact on the real estate industry. I agree that the cyberspace is cluttered with same information multiplied many times. But ultimately worlwide MLS like roogle(ROOGLE.COM) will be of great help specialy for international links.

valnur

We are in a similar market as Google Base but our product gives structure (while still not imposing any set of predefined categories) to our index and therefore makes it possible for users to not only perform keyword search but also browse hierarchically with the ability to specify unlimited number of filters to refine their search.

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