We all love Professor Google but there’s a new and very different search engine on the scene, Seenapse.
Right now, as I type in “why do I” to my Google search engine, my sentence is finished off by Google’s Autocomplete with “why do I sweat so much?”.
Seenapse calls itself an “inspiration engine” and is aimed at creatives. The search engine makes interesting and unique associative links, a key component of creativity and creativism.
Seenapse crowdsources all its information and is just getting started — so it needs to draw the crowd. As the database grows, the algorithms will ensure that it gets better at drawing unusual connections and combinations.
(See The Controlled Chaos of Creativity for more on associative links and creative combining and connecting )