WEB PORTALS, GUIDES & SEARCH ENGINES
Yahoo! - awesome coverage
Excite - PC Magazine Editor's Choice (September 1, 1998)
Lycos - provides page abstracts
MSN Internet Start - to get a full experience, use IE browser.
Directories and Reviews
dmoz - Open Directory Project (no ads display)
Search Engine Watch - keeps you updated
Search Engine Showdown reviews
Best Search Tools Chart an overview on selected search engines. InfoPeople.
All the Web includes foreign languages
Search Engine Land - a news and information site covering search engine marketing, searching issues and the search engine industry.
Google - the most popular
Yahoo! Search My Web 2.0 Beta
AltaVista Search - the widest range of power search functions, e.g., phrase, Java applets
AltaVista Translations - English,
Northern Light - particularly for business info
HotBot - precision
CompletePlanet - searches "sources in the deep Web."
Starting Point - fast search speed
WebCrawler - small in scope, but relevant in result
Scirus.com a search engine for scientific information only.
WiseNut - Asian languages, too.
Ask - an Ask Jeeves Property
Wikia - an open source search engine
StumbleUpon - push search and discovery of info without a query
Cuil - founded by former Googlers
Blekko edited lists of Web sites slashtags
Yelp a popular choice for searching local business
Vivisimo - search results are organized in folders
Cyber411 - searches 13 search engines
DogPile - searches 25 search engines
Highway61 - selected search engines only
InternetSleuth - one of the largest collections of searchable sites
Mamma - searches Web, Usenet, news, stock symbols, and company names
MetaCrawler - one of the earliest meta-search engines
MetaFind - InfoSpace
C4 9 categories. NetGears
Ixquick Metasearch - fast and smart, customizable.
All 4 One searches 8 engines, results are grouped
Last modified: 11/1/10
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