I have been on a quest to find a search engine that will know what I'm looking for without me ever having to input a search term, let alone search strings, symbols or syntax. No, not natural language but something even less tiresome...brain waves perhaps.

More than that, I want the aggregated results to be served in context, arranged in folders by media and domain, sorted by date and relevancy, cross referenced to each other, color coded and appropriately tagged. Peer reviews would be nice.

If anyone I know -- or you know for that matter -- who has every referenced the subject in a conversation, or a posted a link, or bookmarked the page, or shared a comment, I want to know that too. If there is a relationship between any of those people I want to be able to see how and where they are connected and if we share any interests other than the subject in question.

It probably makes sense to see what their other interests are including their marital status, sexual orientation, previous employment and Amazon wish lists. Throw in email addresses, telephone numbers and user names -- you know, just in case.

I want to be able to visualize the data, reorder the data, post it with a tiny URL and have it delivered to my mobile device. I want to create a feed for my reader and one for my blog. Oh, and I must have all this data in some personalized archive where I can conduct "proprietary" searches on my desktop.

Why would I want all this? Because I need it!

Oh, the Sirens, the Sirens -- make them stop!

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