A lot of people use Twitter Search to find and watch real-time events, but Twitter Search isn’t very useful after an event is over, Kimbal Musk, founder and CEO of OneRiot, says in this video interview.
OneRiot offers what its developers think is a better real-time search engine.
Musk gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the software, saying that while Google offers what is considered the “right answer,” OneRiot offers “A real-time search . . . about the ‘right answer’ right now.”
OneRiot key word searches focus on Twitter and other open services such as YouTube in finding that “right answer right now,” he says.
Other social networking services such as Facebook will be added as they “open up,” he says.
A link relevant to this interview is:
OneRiot — http://www.oneriot.com/