YouTube Instant Developed by Stanford Junior

A screenshot of Aboukhadijeh's player.
As the *Washington Post*[points out](, a rising Stanford junior has trumped Google Instant with his YouTube Instant. Feross Aboukhadijeh ’12 apparently created [his site](, which guesses your search term and produces what I assume to be the first search result for that search, in *a mere three hours*. Whether this is Stanford selecting the best CS minds or molding them, count me impressed. It’s pretty fun, so check it out.

UPDATE: As a result, Aboukhadijeh has been offered a job by YouTube’s CEO. Pretty sweet for someone halfway through a BSc.

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