Go Back to School in Style: Win 3 Next Gen Gaming Consoles -- Wii, PS3 & Xbox 360 -- at iRazoo.com, The World's First Human Powered Search Engine

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iRazoo has started a contest to give away next generation game consoles to top users. iRazoo is a new search engine that uses the power of human review or "people power" to help refine search results. Only through user involvement and collaboration can search results move to a stage of 100% relevancy.

WHAT: iRazoo, the first social search engine powered by people, is giving away all three next gen gaming consoles for simply referring friends.

WHERE: http://www.iRazoo.com

WHEN: Now until September 15, 2007 - a back to school present for THREE LUCKY WINNERS.

HOW: Simply register on iRazoo.com. Start referring friends to iRazoo, and the 3 members with the highest number of referrals win one of 3 next gen gaming consoles. On September 15th midnight, the iRazoo member with the highest number of referrals wins the Nintendo Wii, the second highest member wins a Sony PS3 & the third highest member wins an Xbox 360!

iRazoo uses the power of human review or "people power" to help refine search results. Only through user involvement and collaboration can search results move to a stage of 100% relevancy.

By allowing people around the world to review and vote on search results, this democratic system pushes the most relevant results to the top and the irrelevant results to the bottom. People like getting recommendations from others, whether it be a book review, a restaurant, or now, a website. iRazoo has also implemented measures to prevent identical users from recommending the same website multiple times and thus prevents a manipulation of the new "people powered" search results.

iRazoo has also made it easier to review websites. By simply hovering over a thumbnail image, the actual website search result is shown in a mini-frame, which allows a user to quickly determine whether that particular website is useful to them or not. If a user is not interested in the website, they just have to move their mouse pointer out of the frame, and the website will disappear. Users do not have to click on website links anymore in order to view a website.

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