Steve Rubel (of Micro Persuasion) recently shared an interesting take on recent developments in online search technology and the increasing sophistication of aggregator systems. Check out the post here. Google (surprised?) seems to be leaving Technorati and others in the dust by blurring the vertical lines of older search/aggregator tools and providing a more responsive, comprehensive search engine. I’m not a tech geek so I can’t explain all the details, but I certainly realize the inherent importance of effective online aggregator and search tools. The more online applications are added, the more content is created, the more people jump online will only make it more critical for users to be able to easily access and organize the information they want, no matter where it was originally posted or created. Think of it as the 21st century library system.