Surf Canyon recently had the opportunity to demonstrate its product at a couple of forums in San Francisco. The first was at the March Geek Out on the 12th hosted by SF New Tech. The audience seemed to think we did a pretty good job. The second was at SF Beta on April 1st. Rebecca Reeve at bub.blicio.us has some nice coverage:
“Their simple, easy-to-understand product returns better search results … based on your actions.”
Above: At SF Beta, Kristen explains how post-query disambiguation using real-time implicit behavior signals accelerates the search process.
Below: At SF New Tech, David and Mark give a live demonstration of the product to a packed house.