I’ve just recently had a business relationship with a local merchant who has a wonderful new product that I’ve been working on and I’ve been very happy with. I’ve been searching for this product since I was little and we’ve been getting our hands on it since we hit the store on Friday. I’ve really enjoyed all of the services I’ve received since I started work with it.
So Ive seen a lot of videos and tutorials on the internet and Ive tried them all myself. Ive seen a lot of people in the same boat as me. Theyve all tried a lot of services and all have had the same thing. They can’t actually get the services they wanted because they were a couple days late.
I was one of those people. Ive tried everything to get my hands on the one I wanted, and Ive been a little late. It was only after I spent a week on trying to get the service I wanted that I realized why I couldn’t get it.
service discovery is a service like google search that allows multiple clients (in this case, two) to search the web for something, identify a single instance of that service, and then see if any of the results match your search parameters. For example, you could ask google what the time is, and the google search service would return results that match your query within seconds.
It sounds great, but service discovery is horribly broken. The service is not supported by the Google servers, so it doesn’t work on it. And the search results are always the exact same. So you end up getting results that are way better than your search, or ones that are way worse, but it’s still basically the same as the real search.
So why is this service (and its search results) so broken? Well, because the algorithm used to search for websites using these terms, are not. They dont have the same filters as the search engine algorithms, which means its almost impossible to find out what the real website is for your query.
It’s why I find service now a bit frustrating. I can’t remember the last time I searched for a service that would give me the exact same results, but at least I would get the exact same results if I just searched for it. I know this because I tried it out with my main search engine, Google, for about two hours and they were the exact same results I get if I just search for it in Google.