|9||9||While [http://www.google.com/ Google] seems to plan to conquer the market with personalized content, [http://www.msn.com/ MSN] seems to plan to conquer the market with old fasioned techniques and the Microsoft name. I don't see that happening. Who the hell uses MSN anyway? I know I certainly didn't find it's search results particularly relevant. In fact the #1 thing I noticed about the search results, is it's not blatently obvious where the next page is. The next page is in a very small font at the bottom right, next to the "[http://feedback.search.msn.com/feedbacksearch.aspx?productkey=searchweb&P1=dsatweb&P2=Blisted.org&P3=0&P4=QBRE&P5=00721707f82146d19e9e38e86b7f197c&P6=seattle%2c+washington&P7=Original&P8=&P9=47.611499/-122.334297&P10=24902.0&searchtype=Web+Search&optl1=1&backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.msn.com%3a80%2fresults.aspx%3fq%3dBlisted.org%26FORM%3dFEEDTU Help Us Improve]" link where I was expecting it to be. Come to think if it, in using MSN for about 35 minutes, I don't think I found a single bit of the experience enjoyable. It gave me the feeling of the early 1990's, when although I loved internet resources such as [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gopher_protocol Gopher], I found opening a web browser to be a painful experience.