PreFound is a new take on the human indexed web.
People search the web, then add links they like to PreFound, these links are organised into a topic heading.
Next person who searches the web, will search PreFound to see if anyone has already searched this topic and found some useful links.
This saves you time, you don’t have to repeat what’s already been done…this would be useful in saving time and money in the enterprise.
But, I just don’t see how this is different to del.icio.us.
Isn’t this what Furl and some others do…search for a tag (will include prefound links according to the topic of this tag)…or even search the full-text of all these bookmarks for that term…this is searching in the human indexed web.
What would be really neat is a meta-service to search the full-text of these bookmark services…this would be an expansive human indexed web.
You could also search for a subject, ie. a tag…and then what about searching full-text within a tag.