In the early days of the World Wide Web, when things were justgetting started many geek speak terms were jockeying for positionto be the standards for years to come. I used to drive by aCalifornia-based company every day that had named itself YKK andthink, “What a pity.”Then I think what if the World Wide Web had lost out to the WorldWide Subway System (WWSS) or some other less noble term? Then Itake it one step further and think, “What if the term search hadlost out to seek”? https://deniaviva.com Let’s think about this for a moment. Seek isa good word with a nearly identical meaning to search. In fact,in the Oxford American Dictionary (with the torn off cover andpublishing info) it states that seek means “…to make a search orinquiry for, to try to find or obtain or do.”In Seek OfWhat would be the repercussions of using seek speak instead ofsearch? First there would be the seek engines and the seek engineoptimizers who would try to get top rankings on these engines.Then you would have specialized seeking going on like local seek,personalized seek and contextual seek. There may be termsbandied about like seek engine specific algorithms, seek options,seek tips, seek tools and seek toolbars. If you’re looking forsomeone online, this would be people seek. If there is somethingthat you cannot find, you would be seeking high and low. Out inthe real world you may conduct a talent seek for the next teenidol.