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Bing, Your New Porn Companion


Following the launch of Google Image Search (early 2000s), the service quickly gained the reputation as “the place” to find free porn. You switched ‘safe search’ to ‘off’, typed in a dirty word and you were home free. Actually, it still works today. But…

Video killed the image (porn) star.

Nowadays there are sites like Fantasti.cc, aggregators of free porn videos from tube sites like Xvideos. Google has its own video search engine, but they’re late and lacking. Only just recently did naughty videos begin appearing in their results, and scantly so. A link to turn off ‘safe search’ was, also, only just provided. All in all, Google Video isn’t living up to its porn Images past.

No worry, they’ll have to revitalize their porn search now that Bing has arrived. Bing, it’s Microsoft’s new search engine, and it makes Google look dull. The web and image search aren’t anything too special. Bing Video Search, however, is what Google Image Search was in 2002.

There’s so much porn to be found! Turn off ‘safe search’ and you’ll find that Bing includes more porn tube sites in their results than Google. Its killer feature, though, is its thumbnail preview. Similar to T’nA flix, hovering over a thumbnail plays a short video preview—but Bing does it with sound!

It’s not perfect. Like Google Video Search, most porny videos must be played on the original site. Not a biggie. Not unlike Google Video Search, there’s no way to filter non-porn videos. Wasn’t much of problem with Images search was it? Nor is it here. Bing doesn’t index some of the better known sites: Redtube or Xvideos.

In summation, looking for porn videos is the most fun on Bing (video thumbnails!). But with its inclusion of pesky sites like YouTube and exclusion of some popular porn sites, Bing isn’t practical for in-depth smut searches. For the best results Fantasti.cc is probably the better search tool.

Microsoft’s Bing proves to be worthy competition for Google, the search monopolist. Soon Google will have to copy Bing and try to one-up Microsoft. Then Microsoft will follow and so on.

Free porn seekers win.

Oh, and about Internet video killing the adult industry: I’ll have write an update on that some time soon.

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