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PUBLIC MARKS from macroron with tag meta-search-engines

January 2006

Dogpile Web Search Home Page

by 2 others
Arfie chases down the best results from the Internet's top search engines, including Google, Yahoo! Search, MSN, Ask Jeeves, About, MIVA, LookSmart and more.

December 2005

Wink User Page

a "people powered search engine", search the Web - as discovered by people. a different kind of search engine - searches favorite links from del.icio.us, Digg, Slashdot, Yahoo MyWeb and others to find pages that people have found to be interesting and use

Wink Search Engine Home

by 25 others
a "people powered search engine", search the Web - as discovered by people. a different kind of search engine - searches favorite links from del.icio.us, Digg, Slashdot, Yahoo MyWeb and others to find pages that people have found to be interesting and use

KartOO - visual meta search engine

by 36 others
a metasearch engine with visual display interfaces. When you click on OK, KartOO launches the query to a set of search engines, gathers the results, compiles them and represents them in a series of interactive maps through a proprietary algorithm.

November 2005

Previewseek Ai Metasearch Engine - the most advanced Internet search engine available on the web today.

by 14 others
over 35 proprietary, patent pending algorithms based on 20 years of academic research into artificial intelligence, Bayesian statistical data mining, word-sense disambiguation, cognitive visualization theory, heterogeneous database querying technologies,

Alexa Web Search

by 37 others
Web Search Engine - Traffic Rankings - Website Directory

Swickis - a new kind of search engine or search results aggregator

by 3 others
allows anyone to create deep, focused searches on topics you care about and then share them on your site as tags. It sounds very similar to Dave Pell's Rollyo - except with tags. You can see Swicki implemented on this site.

Factbites - a new way to search the web.

by 3 others
Other search engines spew out meaningless site-names and mangled phrases. Factbites offers you real, meaningful sentences that are right on topic.

October 2005