Yes, I remember it. It was basically a search engine that tried to make the experience a little more user friendly by making it appear you were asking a person named Jeeves for an answer. It spit out the same results as any search engine.
It was one of the early Internet search engines. Last time I checked it was still in existence as "ask.com," but the "Jeeves" character has been retired.
Yes, Phyllis. I just used it yesterday. I still use it when I need a direct answer to a question. But it seems to spit out a bunch sites now like Google, where you still have to click on several to find exactly what you need.
The ultimate reference is, of course, to P G Wodehouse's character Jeeves, the ultimate gentleman's gentleman to the ineffectual Bernie Wooster, capable of solving any crisis faced by Wooster and his friends.
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