The seeqpod Mission
We have built a powerful, proven algorithm that finds the hidden relationships between topics, not unlike the way the human mind makes relevant, useful associations. Uniquely, our technology mines the deepest crevices of the Web to return extremely relevant results.
We provide almost anyone with an Internet connection with instant playable search results. Clips, tracks, and presentations can be played, embedded, or shared immediately; related merchandise can be purchased in just a few keystrokes.
Our unique search and discover algorithm can be used in a number of categories and industries where precise, up-to-the-minute search results are important, such as financial hedge fund and trading opportunities.
Our technology is legal, and we diligently observe industry-standard DMCA regulations for search engines, otherwise known as .information location tools.. We do not support, nor facilitate, illegal downloading, and
SeeqPod is the most satisfying way to find, play, and enjoy playable Web content. In less than two years, we have created a totally unique, easy-to-use search experience that appeals to millions. From video to audio, slideshows, and Adobe Flash, the vast multitude of rich media files and applications that exist online can now easily be found and played using the Adobe Flash Player at SeeqPod.com. 24 hours a day, we mine the deepest crevices of the Web - the world's largest inventory of growing playable search results using our intelligent, targeted crawling system.
SeeqPod, the first search and discover engine focused exclusively on precise, relevant playable results, was realized. Today, that algorithm instructs our intelligent electronic 'robots' that work alongside powerful crawlers, automatically submitting links of playable content to us. The result is a large, rich index of links that grows daily.
Kasian Franks, Raf Podowski, and Shekhar Lodha founded SeeqPod in 2005. Since then, the team has evolved SeeqPod from a technological breakthrough among genomic biologists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to the consumer 'Playable Search' site it has become today. The current version of SeeqPod's search and discovery engine launched in May 2007.