WEB SEARCH ENGINES

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  1. PROROOTECT

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    Agreed. The problem of internet search has been solved a long time ago.
     
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    The http://clusty.com/ one is actually quite good.

    Sorts the information in clusters, for example, 'wilders security forums' only.

    That www.viewzi.com one is quite a cool search. Then select 'power grid view'. as it shows the thumbnails to each web page. Sometimes you know what a page looked like when you visited it, but don't know the exact link.

    Interesting.
     
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    There is also that new Mahalo, that build a kinda tailored wikipedia page for your topical search terms. The results seems like a well organized mix of authoritative and fun sources, but also with inherent limits caried by human-powered search engines. I would probably use it when trying to kill some of those boring days.
     
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    Some of the creators from google have created a new search engine. Its not exactly on par with google or returning relevant results yet, but it will soon.

    http://www.cuil.com/
     
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