Now, even on the Internet, it is not what you know but who you know.
Chris Dixon, left, and Matt Gattis of Hunch, a start-up in New York that tries to predict things its users might like. It uses data on topics and articles from users’ Facebook and Twitter accounts
After a decade when search engines ruled supreme — tapping billions of Web pages to answer every conceivable query — many people now prefer getting their online information the old-fashioned way: by yakking across the fence.
- Hunch’s Recommendation Engine Goes Local (searchengineland.com)
- Hunch Now Helps You Discover What’s Best in Your Area (mashable.com)
- You Are So Predictomatic: Play The Hunch Facebook Predictor Game (techcrunch.com)
- Hunch Tries Local Recommendations (techcrunch.com)