Stanford University student Feross Aboukhadijeh has created a real time search engine for YouTube, the service works exactly like Google’s new search, Google Instant, and delivers instant results for YouTube.
It seems that Google thinks this is a great idea, as they have already offered Feross Aboukhadijeh a job a Google for coming up with the idea.
Google had failed to see that Instant could be applied to YouTube, and as soon as YouTube’s CEO Chad Hurley heard about the software created by Aboukhadijeh he offered him a job at Google.
You can see how the service that Aboukhadijeh created for YouTube works over at Yinstant.
the InquirerFiled Under: Technology News