Saturday, May 27, 2006


When an idea gets down from the hall of ideas in Heaven it looks for its vessels: its herald (inventor), its gardener (developer), its investor.

Not every investor that was interested in Qtsaver was fit for the job. The ordinary way of thinking is that Qtsaver didn't fit the investor, but when the right investor will come – you'll see!

Sunday, May 14, 2006

More Compliments

Dave wrote about Ori Alon a comprehensive article on and on his way left me some compliments:
do keep in mind that there is already traction in this space - and orion (ori allon’s algorithm and concept that none of us can use) is similar in spirit to qtsaver (i was totally sucked into the blog behind this engine btw) …okay, yeah, read more about all of this orion discussion in detail if you want, and then tell me if you get a kick out of this very interesting new micro-content search engine called qtsaver (extracts micro-content from existing search engines, so perhaps similar in spirit? or is this a leap of faith or a wicked stretch of the imagination when comparing these?) …or did other search engines conceive of this a long, long time ago? …or instead of just qtsaver, check out surfnotes (a patent pending algorithm though, not issued)…or check out the concept from q-phrase (”ConceptQ works in conjunction with Google, MSN, Wikipedia and other major search engines.”)…the dude from qtsaver turned me on to both of those btw, so do keep an eye on his blog!


Honestly I didn't mean to get compliments when I thanked Jaan Ovret for his candid criticism...Anyway here's what he wrote about us on

it makes me especially happy when people can handle a less than stellar "review" in a good way, and take feedback and suggestions onboard. This speaks bundles about who they are.A couple of people who seem to have taken my less than enthusiastic words to heart over the past month are the guys at QTSaver. Cheers to that...

This lives me no choice but to thank you again, Jaan Ovret!