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Topic 8 of 109: Search engines - which are best and how to use them

Sun, Sep 22, 1996 (08:21) | Paul Terry Walhus (terry)
Searching the web with Altavista, WebTaxi, yahoo, Galaxy, or whatever
search engine you choose can be both fascinating and frustrating. It
helps to know how to narrow and refine your search or you'll spend all
day wading through tens of thousands of responses.
59 responses total.

 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 1 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Sep 22, 1996 (08:22) * 1 lines 
 
I love http://www.webtaxi.com. Check it out!


 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 2 of 59: Ted Chong (tedchong) * Mon, Dec  9, 1996 (23:29) * 4 lines 
 

I use www.altavista.digital.com everyday, the good thing is it can
find lots more info that are not available from other search engines.



 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 3 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Dec  9, 1996 (23:55) * 2 lines 
 
I user altavista 90% of the time, occasionally I like yahoo for
its organization.


 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 4 of 59: Bob Wilbert  (sunspot) * Tue, Dec 10, 1996 (10:19) * 1 lines 
 
anyone tried savvy search? check it out


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 Response 5 of 59: archana sharma  (arch1234) * Tue, Dec 10, 1996 (23:32) * 1 lines 
 
I find www.infoseek.com the best search engine.It gives me all information which I wanted.It is precise and you can get to-the-point information.My second favourite site is www.altavista.com.But I usually use infoseek.com


 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 6 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Dec 11, 1996 (06:53) * 1 lines 
 
I'll have to take infoseek for a run!


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 Response 7 of 59: Ted Chong (tedchong) * Fri, Dec 13, 1996 (07:45) * 13 lines 
 

Here are the search engines in my Netscape'
bookmark:"

http://www.altavista.digital.com/
http://www.metacrawler.com/
http://www.lycos.com/
http://metasearch.com/
http://www.search.com/
http://webcrawler.com/
http://www.yahoo.com/
http://www.stpt.com/



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 Response 8 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Dec 14, 1996 (23:04) * 7 lines 
 
You can see an example of freeWAIS-sf based searches at:

http://www.genmagic.com/search.html
http://www.macworld.com/search/search.html
http://www.ragan.com/pubs/search.html

Macworld and Ragan also use Yapp.


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 Response 9 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Dec 14, 1997 (21:40) * 6 lines 
 
Reviews search engines:

http://www.searchenginewatch.com/

Cool!!!



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 Response 10 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Jan 26, 1998 (17:03) * 7 lines 
 
Exsqueeze me if you're reading this twice! (put it in the wrong
topic the first time).

www.searchenginewatch.com

is a Meckler Publishing site that evaluates search engines.



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 Response 11 of 59: wer  (KitchenManager) * Wed, Feb 11, 1998 (00:09) * 4 lines 
 
http://www.linksxtexas.com/
is the search engine for Texas Monthly.
Stuck the spring, here, in it the other
day...


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 Response 12 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Aug 30, 1998 (15:22) * 6 lines 
 
What do y'all think of these sites:

http://www.jailbabes.com/white/aw28490.html

and there's also http://www.womenbehindbars.com/



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 Response 13 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Fri, Oct  8, 1999 (16:47) * 3 lines 
 
http://www.altavista.com is still the best search engine out there - and has the benefit of an image search (which is where a lot of those goodies I download for Geo and for Drool celebrations originate.)

http://www.google.com is another new and very good one.


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 Response 14 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Oct  9, 1999 (10:22) * 6 lines 
 
google rocks.

Also, not strictly a search engine, but http://www.refdesk.com is great
launching pad for finding things.




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 Response 15 of 59: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Sat, Oct  9, 1999 (11:38) * 1 lines 
 
I use www.goto.com most often--I just found some really useful stuff for a class of mine in which I'm studying Byron (you probably all know that by now,) but sometimes you get some really strange stuff, too.


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 Response 16 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Oct 11, 1999 (00:00) * 6 lines 
 
For random searching, there's http://www.etour.com.

I like http://www.google.com 's "I feel lucky" option, it's amazing how
often it comes through.




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 Response 17 of 59: Maggie  (sociolingo) * Sat, Oct 16, 1999 (09:52) * 1 lines 
 
I use the multiengine http://www.dogpile.com a lot. It searches about 15 engines for the same query.


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 Response 18 of 59: Alexander  (aschuth) * Mon, Oct 18, 1999 (12:08) * 1 lines 
 
My fave is Hotbot's Super Search - the best filters I ever found! Plus it shows a hundred hits a time ( http://www.hotbot.com/?MT=&SM=MC&DV=0&LG=any&DC=10&DE=2&_v=2&OPs=MDRTP&act.super.x=59&act.super.y=8 ). You can search by geographical areas, domain-extensions (.edu, .com), whole websites (!!!) like this here...


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 Response 19 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Mon, Oct 18, 1999 (14:37) * 1 lines 
 
Is that the one you used to find out if I was a real person or not? Not all search engines carry my little article...!


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 Response 20 of 59: Alexander  (aschuth) * Thu, Oct 21, 1999 (11:32) * 3 lines 
 
Would be either that, or Goto.com.

I don't use anything else, unless I keep getting 0 hits. Then I pop over to Yahoo!, and check if there's a category for what I look for. If all fails, I'll go Boolean on Altavista (expert search mode - I love the proximity switch you can set there - haven't used it in three years, though).


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 Response 21 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, Oct 21, 1999 (12:00) * 1 lines 
 
The only search engine I could find me on was Yahoo. I generally go Altavista first since I can do image searches so easily, then go to Metacrawler and Webcrawler which gives you far more (25) URLs at a time than the others do. And one of them gives you the top 10 entries from several engines...but not always the ones for which you are looking. Too narrow!


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 Response 22 of 59: Alexander  (aschuth) * Mon, Oct 25, 1999 (15:28) * 3 lines 
 
Hotbot gives a top 10 AND returns 100 (THAT'S ONE HUNDRED!!!) hits, with description + URL.

AND! you can go "search only a certain website", or "hits must contain a certain file type, e.g. gif". That's cool if you look e.g. for some images of a certain artist, or topic.


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 Response 23 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Mon, Oct 25, 1999 (15:56) * 1 lines 
 
This is true - particularly helpful if you are searching for information on a current personality or event - it saves you from having to sift through old material.


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 Response 24 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Tue, Oct 26, 1999 (09:21) * 4 lines 
 
I find lots of my spring posts when I search for Walhus on any of the
engines. This site gets searched heavily by most of the big ones.




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 Response 25 of 59: Alexander  (aschuth) * Thu, Oct 28, 1999 (13:35) * 1 lines 
 
Found only 16 hits through Hotbot using my name, though. Not that I mind not being found easily...


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 Response 26 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Oct 29, 1999 (13:36) * 5 lines 
 
Try using http://www.egosurf.com and see what your name turns up.

Does it have any of your spring postings?




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 Response 27 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Fri, Oct 29, 1999 (14:00) * 1 lines 
 
I am about to test your new search engine for me, but I did find my post in Drool / Olivier listed. That is odd because I have posted so many more places than that and have a conference full of my posts. It is most capricious the way it picks and chooses. It does not bother me to be found easily, either...I am just curious how it decides which of my many MANY posts to list. I'll report back on egosurf!


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 Response 28 of 59: Maggie  (sociolingo) * Fri, Oct 29, 1999 (14:08) * 1 lines 
 
I tried it on the phrase search and it looks like it may be helpful.. it turned up a couple of papers I haven't found elsewhere. It'll be interesting to see what it turns up in the next week and posts to me.


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 Response 29 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Fri, Oct 29, 1999 (14:12) * 1 lines 
 
I did Hotbot, Google, and Egosearch. None of them had ever heard of me, but neither had Hotbot heard of Alexander Schuth. What am I doing wrong?


 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 30 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Oct 29, 1999 (20:24) * 3 lines 
 
Submit the url of one of your posts to them and try them in a few weeks.




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 Response 31 of 59: Marcia (MarciaH) * Fri, Oct 29, 1999 (21:30) * 1 lines 
 
ok, I will...I am in telnet via my just installed crt. The print is tiny, but I think I can fix that.


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 Response 32 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Oct 30, 1999 (04:18) * 5 lines 
 
Yeah, crt is very cool. Be sure to set your buffer size to 9999 so you
can scroll back through your session. You can set the character size and
stretch out the window so you can have more rows. Right now I'm using 49
fows and 80 columns in VT100 mode. You can set up an automatic login if
you want, as well.


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 Response 33 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, May 25, 2000 (13:54) * 3 lines 
 
northernlight.com is new and interesting. It finds obscure and archived articles about the person / topic in which you are interested and posts a brief
bit of it. You then have the option of purchasing the entire article (usually about $2.75 US with the $5.00 free to new users.) I have done such and was pleased. You also have the option of not purchasing it if you read it and find it is not what you thought it would be - something I have also done. It is not the search engine Google.com is, but it is a good companion for Google.
http://northernlight.com/


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 Response 34 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, May 25, 2000 (14:09) * 1 lines 
 
Did all of that CRT modifying stuff you mentioned, thanks! It sure is involved getting into Spring via telnet from Hawaii-on-Line. Wish there were an easily-used bookmark system. Each time I do it I have to wander around looking for which part of Lynx will get me here. Tried Gopher and Archie and got tired of waiting to connect to whatever.edu for the latter. I need to do more practicing and taking notes...


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 Response 35 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, May 25, 2000 (14:17) * 1 lines 
 
I got no response to submitting my urls to Google or northernlight, but when I submitted MarciaH it came up with 63 hits from 36 sources (including the copy of your telnet session which you post on index - northernlight - not all of which were pertaining to me) and 333 from Google which actually were! Yesterday it was 405 hits. Hmmm...


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 Response 36 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, May 25, 2000 (14:33) * 1 lines 
 
altavista.com could find only 6 places... So much for my former favorite search engine. Times have changed and it has not.


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 Response 37 of 59: webspring (sprin5) * Tue, Mar 13, 2001 (12:05) * 13 lines 
 
http://www.indexdata.dk/zap/

An Apache module that lets you provide a search interface to any
library collection that makes their bibliographic data available via
the Z39.50 standard. Collections such as the Library of Congress, Bell
Labs/Lucent, or MIT can be searched directly from your web site with
this module.

The Library of Congress provides their own gateway to what looks like
a couple hundred different collections:

http://lcweb.loc.gov/z3950/gateway.html



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 Response 38 of 59: Mike Griggs  (mikeg) * Tue, Mar 27, 2001 (12:42) * 1 lines 
 
cool stuff...


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 Response 39 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Apr 30, 2001 (01:15) * 1 lines 
 
http://www.google.com is putting karenr's site at the top of their list.


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 Response 40 of 59: Mike Griggs  (mikeg) * Thu, May  3, 2001 (08:12) * 1 lines 
 
just checked it out...she appears to be no. 2 now. still, a great achievement :-)


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 Response 41 of 59: Mike Griggs  (mikeg) * Thu, May  3, 2001 (08:13) * 1 lines 
 
although a link to spring.net somewhere on the page wouldn't go amiss....


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 Response 42 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Nov 30, 2001 (08:55) * 4 lines 
 
http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/norobots.html

I may try to use internetseer to monitor my sites, since it's
free. Unless they bog you down with free offers.


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 Response 43 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Tue, Jan  1, 2002 (00:48) * 1 lines 
 
http://www.searchtools.com/robots/


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 Response 44 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Tue, Jan  1, 2002 (19:06) * 1 lines 
 
Hmmm. I will add that to my arsenel. Nice Lights, Terry!


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 Response 45 of 59: Conf admin  (cfadm) * Thu, Apr 28, 2005 (07:32) * 34 lines 
 
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 14:34:11 -0700
From: AllinOne Webmaster
To: terry@www.spring.net
Subject: Re: search page (resending)

First let me apologize for my blank email yesterday! Here is the email I was
trying to send you.

I noticed your search related info on your page
http://www.spring.net/yapp-bin/public/read/web/8 I was hoping you would
consider mentioning our search engine too. It has been gaining a lot of
popularity lately. I think our new "grouping" feature makes finding what you
want VERY easy. I was hoping you might try it and if you like it you might
mention our search engine on your site too. Our search engine is at
http://all4one.searchallinone.com

PS. Please drop me a note and let me know what you think. :-)

Thanks in Advance, James
http://searchallinone.com

Seems like a decent search engine. Kind of like http://dogpile.com.

Want to have some fun?

Try

http://www.dogpile.com/info.dogpl/searchspy/results.htm?filter=1

and you'll get to see, in real time, what folks are searching.

It's like a stock ticker for searches.




 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 46 of 59: wer  (WERoland) * Sat, Oct  8, 2005 (07:30) * 3 lines 
 
Here's a cool little search engine I found while doing some editing at the ODP...

http://www.bananaslug.com/


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 Response 47 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Oct  9, 2005 (12:36) * 5 lines 
 
Try sports calendar with world cities.

It gave me an awesome result.

banana slug rocks.


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 Response 48 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Dec  7, 2005 (23:19) * 3 lines 
 
great graphical representation of the top search engines.

http://www.search-this.com/search_engine_decoder.asp


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 Response 49 of 59: wer  (WERoland) * Sun, Mar 26, 2006 (18:34) * 16 lines 
 
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 Response 50 of 59: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Mar 27, 2006 (14:25) * 3 lines 
 
Furl is in the same league as http://delicious.com which is an amazing bookmarking website. While at http://sxsw I noticed that the http://pluck.com had developed a competitor to delicious which will import delicious bookmarks.

If you use http://mozilla.com 's Firefox, there's an excellent delicious plug in and I'm sure there are plugins for furl.


 Topic 8 of 109 [web]: Search engines - which are best and how to use them
 Response 51 of 59: wer  (WERoland) * Sat, Apr  8, 2006 (17:39) * 3 lines 
 
Here's a cool little one being developed right here in Austin...

http://www.iboogie.com/


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 Response 52 of 59: wer  (WERoland) * Sat, Apr  8, 2006 (17:48) * 12 lines 
 














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 Response 53 of 59: wer  (weroland) * Sun, Apr  9, 2006 (11:21) * 1 lines 
 
http://www.kosmix.com/


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 Response 54 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Apr  9, 2006 (14:13) * 1 lines 
 
Good heavens - this is still decorated for Christmas a few years ago. Hmmm I wonder who did that? (S)He left the lights on !


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 Response 55 of 59: wer  (WERoland) * Sun, Apr  9, 2006 (14:22) * 1 lines 
 
Things get lost or undone (or both) when one moves...*sigh*


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 Response 56 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Apr  9, 2006 (14:24) * 5 lines 
 
I know ! Been there and done that. A year later I am still *sigh* ing.

I checked http://iboogie.com/

Very impressive selections of categories on the left column.


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 Response 57 of 59: wer  (WERoland) * Sun, Apr  9, 2006 (14:33) * 1 lines 
 
That's the cool clustering part...each one of those cats gives a subset of the total search results.


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 Response 58 of 59: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Apr  9, 2006 (14:50) * 1 lines 
 
So I noticed. I will explore this one further. I have already emailed one researcher I know about it with his name searched for and his subcategories. Very impressive. It is like someone has put a magnifying glass to his life.


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 Response 59 of 59: Conf admin (cfadm) * Tue, Jul  3, 2007 (20:52) * 307 lines 
 
The Top 100 Alternative Search Engines, July 2007. Below we’ve got the list in HTML format.



50matches.com* www.50matches.com Social Powered Search


Accoona* www.accoona.com A. I. Search


AfterVote (past SEM) www.aftervote.com Social Search


Agent 55 www.agent55.com Meta Search


Allth.at www.allth.at Continuous Search


Answers.com www.answers.com Facts Search


Audiobaba www.audiobaba.com Music Recommendation


Blabline www.blabline.com Podcast Search


blinkx www.blinkx.com Video Search


Blogdigger* www.blogdigger.com Blog Search


BlogDimension www.blogdimension.com International


Bookmach www.bookmach.com Bookmark Search


ChaCha {#1 2006} www.chacha.com Guided Search


ClipBlast! www.clipblast.com Video Search


Clusty mobile http://m.clusty.com Clusty Mobile


Cognitionsearch www.cognitionsearch.com Semantic Search


Collarity* www.collarity.com Social Search


Congoo www.congoo.com Premium Content Search


CrossEngine www.crossengine.com Meta Search


Decipho www.decipho.com Filtered Search



Deligio* www.deligio.com Software Search


Dialogus SE of the Month http://dialogus.ru International


Exalead www.exalead.com International


Factbites www.factbites.com Facts Search


Faroo http://www.faroo.com International


FeedMiner www.feedminer.com RSS Feed Search


Feedster ww.feedster.com RSS Feed Search


FilesTube www.filestube.com File Sharing


FindSounds* www.findsounds.com Sound Search


Fisssh!* www.fisssh.com Filtered Search


FyberSearch www.fybersearch.com Multi-featured Search


GameSkoot www.gameskoot.com Games Search


GenieKnows (Games) www.genieknows.com Games Search


Gigablast www.gigablast.com Blog Search


gogo www.gogo.ru International


GoPubMed www.gopubmed.com Health Search


GoshMe (past SEM) www.goshme.com Meta Meta Search


Grabble wwwlgrabble.co.za International


Grokker www.grokker.com Meta Search


guruji www.guruji.com International



Hakia www.hakia.com Meaning Based Search


Healthline www.healthline.com Health Search


Helia www.helia.cm Health Search


iBoogie www.iboogie.com Clustered Search


Icerocket www.icerocket.com Blog Search


indeed www.indeed.com Job Search


ixquick* www.ixquick.com Meta Search


KartOO (past SEM) www.kartoo.com Clustering Search


Knuru www.knuru.com Business Search


KoolTorch (Past SEM) www.kooltorch.com Visualization


Kosmix www.kosmix.com ‚ÄúSmart Search‚ÄĚ


Krugle www.krugle.com Code Search


lijit* www.lijit.com People Search


Like www.like.com Image Search


LivePlasma* www.liveplasma.com Music Recommendation


Mojeek www.mojeek.com Custom Search Engines (CSE)


Molu www.themolu.com International


MP3Realm http://mp3realm.org MP3 Search


Ms. Freckles www.msfreckles.com/?lang=en Google Mash Up


nnseek www.nnseek.com News Group Search



Nutshell www.nutshell.com Meta Search


Omgili www.omgili.com Social Search


Pagebull www.pagebull.com Visual Results


Picsearch www.picsearch.com International


Pipl http://pipl.com People Search


Pixsy www.pixsy.com Photo Search


Pluggd www.pluggd.com Podcast Search


Podnova www.podnova.com Podcast Search


Purevideo* www.purevideo.com Video Search


Quintura (past SEM) www.quintura.com Discovery Search


Quintura kids http://kids.quintura.com kids search engine


Revolutionhealth www.revolutionhealth.com Health Search


RSS Micro www.rssmicron.com RSS Feeds


Searchbots www.searchbots.net Continuous Search


Searchles www.searchles.com Social Search


SearchTheWeb2 www.searchtheweb2.com Search the Long Tail


SeeIt* www.seeit.com Image Search


Serph www.serph.com ‚ÄúTrack buzz in real time‚ÄĚ


Sidekiq www.sidekiq.com ‚ÄúSearch anything quick‚ÄĚ


Simplyhired www.simplyhired.com Job Search



Skreemr www.skreemr.com Audio Search


Slifter* www.slifter.com Mobile Shopping Search


Sphere www.sphere.com Blog Posts Search


Sproose* www.sproose.com Social Search


Srchr www.srchr.com Meta Search


Sugar Code the Web www.sugarcodes.com Command Line


Surfwax www.surfwax.com Meaning Based Search


Swamii* www.swamii.com Continuous Search


TheFind.com www.thefind.com Shopping Search


Trexy www.trexy.com ‚ÄúSearch Trails‚ÄĚ


Turboscout www.turboscout.com Meta Search


Twerq www.twerq.com Tabbed Results


ViewFour www.viewfour.com Visual Results


WasaLive http://en.wasalive.com RSS Search


Wazap! www.wazap.com Games Search


Whonu?* www.whonu.com Meta Search


WiseNut www.wisenut.com Clustered Search


Wize http://wize.com Product Search


Yoople! www.yoople.com Collaborative Search


Zuula* www.zuula.com Tabbed Search


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