Karen Blakeman on July 30th, 2007

Crossengine.com has now been renamed Intelways.com. It is a great way of running your search through many different types of search engines and has been very popular with participants on my search workshops. I do wish, though, they would stop fiddling with the layout and the name. It just confuses people. OK, Intelways is the […]

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Karen Blakeman on July 30th, 2007

First Exalead adds an option to limit your image search to faces, then Google, and now Live Search has joined the gang. In terms of ease of use, it is not as slick as Exalead’s but not quite as clunky as Google’s. You first of all carry out a search in Live Images and then […]

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Karen Blakeman on July 13th, 2007

It’s Friday, so this is a bit of light relief. I picked this one up on Google Blogoscoped. I am not going to tell you what they are – you really need to go to the original posting to fully appreciate them. Personally, I would buy “Stuff the CIA doesn’t want you to know” subtitled […]

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Karen Blakeman on July 13th, 2007

Exalead has announced on its blog that it has reached an agreement with the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information (INIST) that will allow Exalead to offer its public search engine users access to INIST’s database of 13 million English, French, Spanish and Italian-language scientific articles. According to the press release “Exa-searchers will soon be […]

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Karen Blakeman on July 13th, 2007

Yahoo has launched Yahoo search suggestions. This feature is not entirely new as it has been available in the Firefox Yahoo! Toolbar for a while. Like the Google version it comes up with changing suggestions for search terms as you type. Unlike the Google version, it is only available on its .com interface and it […]

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