N/APosted on - 06/11/2012
I was really amazed because when.
I was searching the net there are some gossip that are scattered and more tweets on twitter are so sounds that EB or the Encyclopedia Britannica is now on Microsoft's Bing Search Engine.
I was wondering about how this EB online service would appear on the internet.
Could it look the same as you are reading on an ordinary Encyclopedia?
Encyclopaedia Britannica on Bing Result
It is not gossip anymore, the rumors that Encyclopedia Britannica is now on Microsoft’s Bing Search Engine is a fact.
After putting a stop to its 244 year old run of print volumes, Encyclopedia Britannica signed a partnership deal with Microsoft’s Bing last June 7, 2012. This will enable users to access information directly from Encyclopedia Britannica via Bing’s search engine.
Once you enter a search word you will see a snippet of information about the thing you are searching for, it includes a thumbnail image with a quick subject overview which make it easier for the user to validate whether they got the right search content before delving any deeper.
Below you see an image of what it looks like: