Ask Jeeves is the 6th episode of . It aired on November 18th, 2014.

Ask Jeeves son Ask Jeeves Toolbar sous la forme d'une extension Firefox : cette dernière version de la barre d'outils est compatible avec Firefox 1.5 qui est sorti récemment. Vous pouvez l'installer en vous rendant .

Jan 2000: Ask Jeeves buys Direct Hit for $509 million

Ask Jeeves has been sold and now is just plain

Yay! You're now following ask jeeves in your .

MyJeeves, currently in public beta, is the real standout of the new Ask Jeeves. The utility lets you save up to 1,000 Web search results, create folders for the saved results, enter notes on individual sites, send links with messages via e-mail, and print lists of search results. From MyJeeves, you can search the Web, your search history, or your saved searches. You can sort results alphabetically, by date, or by folder name.

Ask Jeeves now expects its revenue to grow to $142m in 2004.

MyJeeves, currently in public beta, is the real standout of the new Ask Jeeves. The utility lets you save up to 1,000 Web search results, create folders for the saved results, enter notes on individual sites, send links with messages via e-mail, and print lists of search results. From MyJeeves, you can search the Web, your search history, or your saved searches. You can sort results alphabetically, by date, or by folder name.

On parle un peu plus ces temps-ci de ce moteur quasi inconnu des français : Ask Jeeves...
Of course, 1.5 million pages in its index is no fact to be taken lightly. As with any search engine, finding answers to people's questions is big business. AskJeeves generates considerable revenue in allowing sites to pay for placement in various ways, even allowing some sites to appear as the “single answer” for a chosen question.At first glance, the uncluttered main Ask Jeeves page looks similar to the old one (although Jeeves himself has received a minor makeover), with a prominent search-entry box in the center and MyJeeves, Toolbar, Smart Search, Top Searches, and Ask Jeeves Kids icons along the bottom.Google is king when it comes to comprehensive Web searches. But the avalanche of seemingly unstructured results a given search will return has opened a market opportunity for more specialized search utilities. The latest entry is actually a newly revamped Web veteran: Ask Jeeves; more specifically, the service's MyJeeves utility. MyJeeves lets you save, organize, and annotate search results. Those conveniences, combined with Ask Jeeves' new Teoma 3.0 search engine, help push Ask Jeeves past other specialized search services we've tested, such as and Amazon's .Ask Jeeves' other enhancements are more minor, but still useful. You can now do map, movie, white-page, definition, and famous-people searches. There's also a new page-preview feature. Mousing over a binoculars icon that appears next to some search results pops up a thumbnail image of the page, which saves you from actually having to click away from the search results page. The previews aren't necessarily up-to-date and are too small to save you from having to go to the page you need, but they show the general look of a page and should help you avoid clicking through to irrelevant pages.
Ask Jeeves has a global share of 6%, compared to Google's more than 70%.

Supernatural 10 06 Ask Jeeves The Pendant

Clicking on the MyJeeves link the first time brings you to a sign-up form (signing up gives you additional free storage and the ability to access your history on any computer). The only information required is your e-mail address and a password. Unlike A9, Ask Jeeves promises to keep your information private.

Yet Ask Jeeves says it is confident of further increasing its revenue and market share.

Supernatural 10x06 Promo "Ask Jeeves" (HD)

Although the search engine doesn't blow away the competition, the Ask Jeeves/MyJeeves combo provides loads of specialized search options and brings order to the information you retrieve.

Google does however provide Ask Jeeves with some of its advertisement links.

Ask Jeeves - definition of Ask Jeeves by The Free Dictionary

While the allure of natural-language, or just-ask-a-question, search may have lost its luster over time, search-engine mainstay Ask Jeeves has managed to remain in the race, buoyed by some clever new features and its recent (though puzzling) acquisition by media mogul Barry Diller. Ask Jeeves's info-packed Smart Search boxes, instant site preview (displaying a thumbnail of the destination Web page), and ability to save and organize search results provide powerful research tools for students young and old. Unfortunately, its multimedia and local searches still leave something to be desired.