Posted: 21 June 2019
Our vision is the be the world's alternative search engine, but the only way we're going to achieve this is with you. This doesn't simply mean having you tag along for the ride, but instead actively involving you, listening to your feedback and establishing a community. By doing so, it will help us decide what routes to go down, but also maybe what to put the brakes on.
Posted: 27 March 2019
The world of search has experienced many changes since the early days of Mojeek. Few search engines have survived the test of time after struggling to maintain an index or produce relevant results. There have also been plenty of metasearch engines that have come and gone.
Posted: 20 March 2019
Last month we conducted an AMA on Reddit and were blown away with the sheer number of responses, with hundreds of messages sent our way.
Posted: 12 December 2018
It might surprise you, but we're not always behind a computer screen. We've been out and about, meeting others and learning from their stories, building networks and spreading the word of Mojeek. We would love to tell you all about where we've been and what we've been up to. Here's a selection of events we have enjoyed attending over the last few months.
Posted: 21 November 2018
Welcome back to another edition of Mojeek Monthly Must Reads. At Mojeek, we found the following articles to be very interesting and hope you do too. The list includes articles about the upcoming trend of 'digital ethics and privacy' in tech, to the incredible 8 year story of a diver befriending an octopus.
Posted: 14 November 2018
Using the internet has become almost synonymous with search, and there are many options available to help you find your way around the web. So, why does Mojeek stand out from the crowd?
Posted: 11 October 2018
Welcome to the latest edition of Mojeek's Monthly Must Reads. This month's edition covers stories such as: Tim Berners-Lee's radical plan to decentralize the web, Spotify's new partnership with Ancestry and a lot of negative focus on Hacker News in regards to Google's use of tracking and breaches of privacy.
Posted: 08 October 2018