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Basically our goal is to organize the world’s information and to make it universally accessible and useful. – Larry Page, Google Search engines automatically find web pages and index their information.
Directoriesare sorted out by human hand.
Popular Search Engines
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Google The largest and the most popular in the Internet. www.google.com Yahoo Huge database. One of the most popular in the Internet. Has homepages for many countries. http://world.yahoo.com Bing Search engine from Microsoft. Features both directory listings and search engine results. www.bing.com AOL Delivers great search results, enhanced by Google, plus relevant multimedia results delivered on a single page. www.aol.com Twingine In two separate frames compares results of searching in Google and Yahoo (two in one). www.twingine.com SearchEdu Search engine for university sites. www.searchedu.com Ask Provides relevant search results by identifying the most authoritative sites on the Web. www.ask.com AskKids Combines human editorial judgment, age-appropriate feature content and filtering technology to enable kids to find both relevant and befitting information on the Web. www.askkids.com Google Search for Scholars Useful engine for scholars. You can search across many disciplines and sources: peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations. http://scholar.google.com AllTheWeb Huge database. AlltheWeb's index (provided by Yahoo!) includes billions of web pages as well millions of PDF and MS Word® files. www.alltheweb.com Alta Vista Large database; search results on AltaVista are powered by Yahoo! Search Technology. www.altavista.com Lycos One of the oldest (since 1995) and most widely known. www.lycos.com Mamma, the Mother of All Search Engines Gathers the most relevant results from the best search engines on the Internet. www.mamma.com Excite Features comprehensive search tools; a popular Webmail platform and robust content and resources from over 100 leading providers. www.excite.com WebCrawler Brings users the top search results from Google, Yahoo!, Windows Live, Ask and other popular search engines. www.webcrawler.com SurfWax Designed to search for information and post, upload, share and manage information on or through the Site. Registered members of the Site gain access to certain additional functionalities to enhance a users experience on the Site. www.surfwax.com MetaCrawler Uses innovative metasearch technology to search the Internet's top search engines, including Google, Yahoo! Search, MSN Search, Ask Jeeves, About, MIVA, LookSmart and more. www.metacrawler.com Web Wombat The original Australian search engine; more than 20 million Australian web pages. www.webwombat.com.au Turbo10 An award winning metasearch engine and pay per click search advertising network based in the United Kingdom. www.turbo10.com Dogpile Metasearch engine; searches multiple search engines, allowing better coverage of the Web, and therefore providing better overall results to the user. www.dogpile.com Clusty For consumer web searchers, a part of Vivisimo. Clustering search tool; instead of delivering millions of search results in one long list, Clusty search engine groups similar results together into clusters. http://clusty.com BBC Family friendly search engine, based on Google search technology; results are clear, uncluttered, and commercial free. www.bbc.co.uk ZapMeta Meta-search engine, simultaneously searches multiple search engines under one interface. Along with web search, currently offers a directory based on data from The Open Directory Project and Product Search powered by Pricegrabber. www.zapmeta.com
Directories» Directories are sorted out by human hand while in search engines results are determined by software; search engines look for data that will match keywords. Directories are organized by subject where you can start searching with a general title and move towards more specific groups. Directories are convenient for researchers who approximately know what they are looking for but need some suggestions how to narrow their topics»
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