Info Space’s Dogpile crawler replaced Excite’s making Dogpile and Excite’s search results the same.
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A month later, Info Space made a $10 million bid to buy [email protected]’s assets including domain names and trademarks from bankruptcy court.
Infospace’s offer was accepted and they subsequently powered the Excite web site and sold portal components to i Won.
The first search engine was developed as a school project by Alan Emtage, a student at Mc Gill University in Montreal.
Back in 1990, Alan created Archie, an index (or archives) of computer files stored on anonymous FTP web sites in a given network of computers (“Archie” rather than “Archives” fit name length parameters – thus it became the name of the first search engine).
In 1994, Brian Pinkerton, a Computer Science and Engineering student at the University of Washington, used his spare time to create Web Crawler.