Monday, 21 August 2017

Totally Trivial: The butler did it

By Nick Wood , Total Telecom
Wednesday 22 April 09

Jeeves returns to the Internet to answer more questions no matter how horrific, plus solar-powered phones and Twittering cats.

Why Jeeves, why?! Jeeves the butler has been reintroduced as the figurehead of Ask.com's U.K. search engine and is more capable than ever of delivering the brutally honest truth. As Total Telecom discovered, asking Jeeves who he thinks was responsible for the assassination of John F. Kennedy returns a Website with an horrific 'after' picture and a poll enabling users to vote for who they believe 'dunnit'. Ask Jeeves said it conducted extensive research which revealed that users missed the personal touch of the search engine's butler character. "Our users have emphatically told us that they find Jeeves enhances their search experience &ndash…

Why Jeeves, why?! Jeeves the butler has been reintroduced as the figurehead of Ask.com's U.K. search engine and is more capable than ever of delivering the brutally honest truth. As Total Telecom discovered, asking Jeeves who he thinks was responsible for the assassination of John F. Kennedy returns a Website with an horrific 'after' picture and a poll enabling users to vote for who they believe 'dunnit'. Ask Jeeves said it conducted extensive research which revealed that users missed the personal touch of the search engine's butler character. "Our users have emphatically told us that they find Jeeves enhances their search experience &ndash…

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