Google Book Search Improved(?)

According to the Google blog “Inside Google Book Search“, some changes have been made recently to Google Book Search, so I took this as...

Search People In Video From Reuters

Greg recently mentioned that Reuters have launched a new video/people search engine powered by Viewdle, and I’ve been playing around with it....

Ask Advertising Campaign Slammed

As pointed out on Bruceclay.com — Ask.com thinks you’re an idiot — Ask can sometimes be an irritating company. I like the new Ask3D...

Sproose Updated

Sproose, a social search engine that allows users to rank results which I wrote about back in February, has updated, making it easier for users to...

Google Book Search Expands

Although Google currently has a wealth of books in their Google Book Search database, this isn’t enough either for them or us, so they’ve...

Pipl – A People Search Engine

Pipl is a people search engine that tries to be a little different. Rather than just go off and hunt for email addresses, this tries to search...

Return To The Search Engine Shoot-Out

My colleague Chris Sherman briefly looked at the PC World ‘Search Engine Shoot-out’ article the other day, and I also mentioned it in my own...

QueryCAT – Search FAQs

QueryCat is a search engine that is designed to search frequently asked questions, and they claim to have the largest database of these, by using the...

TimeSearch: Searching Through History

TimeSearch is an interestingly different search engine, since the focus is just on time, as one may expect from the name. It’s the brainchild...

Quintura Relaunches With New Interface

Quintura recently relaunched with a new interface, which has been receiving a fair amount of comment. I originally wrote about the search engine back...

Sproose – A Social Search Engine

Sproose is another social search engine where you get to vote for your favourite websites/pages, and to that extent it’s very similar to...

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