An Interactive Tool Called Ubiquity Changes the Way We Search

An Interactive Tool Called Ubiquity Changes the Way We Search

"With search, users type what they want to find. With Ubiquity, they type what they want to do." Yesterday Mozilla Lab launched Ubiquity, an interactive search tool that takes web usability to another level. Ubiquity is in version 0.1, so it's okay to be skeptical. Sometimes you want to wait until the Company knocks out all the bugs (i.e. iPhone), or until enough buzz is created around it that you have to see what's all about (i.e. Twitter), but you don't have to this time. Jump on the train before it leaves the platform.
Ubiquity for Firefox from Aza Raskin on Vimeo I downloaded Ubiquity last night on my Mac and today I am wishing I had enough virtual memory to make it work on my PC. The function incorporates almost every site I pull up or search for on an everyday basis - Google, Wikipedia, Gmail, maps, Twitter, youtube, etc. Ubiquity was launched through Mozilla and is an open source platform for developers to create even more commands. Ubiquity is in its early stages and has been launched as an experiment prototype for user testing and functionality capabilities/possibilities. It will blow your mind. At 12:51pm I did a twitter search for Ubiquity. In 2 minutes 73 more posts were submitted about Ubiquity. Here's what people are saying: ubiquity logo Resources: Twitter Search: Ubiquity Channel Web | "Mozilla Labs' Ubiquity Integrates Easily" 43 Folders | "Ubiquity: Firefox Gets its Quicksilver On"