You've probably been reading a lot of press about Google Caffeine, the next-generation search infrastructure Google released to developer sandbox Aug. 10. Why not hear about it from the source?
Google's Matt Cutts compares Caffeine to the company's 2006 Big Daddy upgrade in this interview with WebProNews.
"It's essentially rearchitecting, or rewriting, a large chunk of how we index Web pages," Cutts said. "We've engineered it so regular users shouldn't notice much of a difference. Power users might notice a difference, and that's why we opened up a power-user preview."
Cutts also says Caffeine is not a measured reaction to Microsoft Bing, and that summer is a great time to test.
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