If you want to search Google Buzz for public messages you need to log into Gmail and use the search form at the top. There does not seem to be another official option to search public messages in Google’s new social messaging service. The public messages might eventually make it into the Google search engine but that is currently not the case.
Users without Gmail or Google Buzz are therefor not able to search for Buzz messages. That’s where the third party search engine Buzzzy might come in handy.
Buzzzy basically allows everyone to search not only Google Buzz messages but also public Twitter, Friendfeed or Google Reader messages.
Search results are sorted by relevancy and not time with no apparent option to change the sorting in the search engine.
It is however possible to make use of the filters on the right to filter by timeline, source or media type.
The blog post introducing Buzzzy states that it is an early alpha release which means that it is likely that the developers will start adding new features and requests of the community.
Searching Google Buzz for public messages works pretty stable on the other hand and considering the absence of third party alternatives at this point a solid option for users who want to search Google Buzz.
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