Thursday, January 21, 2010

Search, Seek and Find Links

Academic Info - maintains more than 25,000 academic sources, including annotated subject directories and digital collections from academic groups, libraries, and museums. There are also a lot of ads on this site; try not to be distracted from the real content.

About us - offers descriptions of various Web sites, relying on its users to flesh out its content.

Complete Planet - the deep web directory. Find information that cannot be accessed by surface Web search engines in this directory of more than 70,000 specialized search tools and databases.

Directory of Open Access Journals - provides free access to full-text online journals. Allowing you to search by title or by subject

Go To Web 20 - is a directory of Web 2.0 sites. Go2Web20.net allows you to filter your results by tags and sort them alphabetically or by date.

How to search the web - teaches you how to find anything you are looking for on the Web, and will direct you to more Web sites to help you in any search. It will make you a smarter searcher, whatever you are looking for.

Infomine - compiled by various libraries, is a good resource for university-level research. It has links to databases, electronic journals, electronic books, bulletin boards, articles, researcher directories, and more.

ixquick - is the most comprehensive engine there is; it searches and compiles results from 12 of the most popular search engines on the Web. It's also the most private web search. ixquick does not log your ip or make a record of your searches.

Kw Map
- Keyword map for the whole internet.

Library Internet's Index - In January 2010, the website "ipl2: information you can trust" was launched, merging the collections of resources from the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) websites. The site is hosted by Drexel University's College of Information Science & Technology, and a consortium of colleges and universities with programs in information science are involved in developing and maintaining the ipl2.

Lycos -

Online Education Database - has "The Ultimate Guide to the Invisible Web." This guide tells you what the invisible Web is, why it exists, how to make a site "visible," and how to search for sites on the invisible Web. The guide also provides a useful list of invisible Web search tools, organized by category.

Public Library of Law - offers a free searchable database of case law, statutes, regulations, court rules, constitutions, and legal forms.

Searchzooka - Never type the same search twice! SEARCHzooka provides a one-stop organizing/bookmarking tool for all your advanced Internet searches. By saving your commonly-used searches, you can save time and effort by launching searches at the click of a button rather than typing and retyping the same searches.

Seek Logo - 200,000 images available for viewing and downloading.

Sweet Search - A search engine for students

Whonu
is one of the very first semantic Web search engines available. It offers over 300 search sources and a smart interface that contextualizes what you enter. Information is double partitioned by file type and source. The variety of options might be a bit intimidating, but for power research, whonu looks like one of the most promising search tools available, with an effort made to present structured meaning. Killer feature — saved query history using a row of dots.

Topix
- Easily narrow the search to a certain time period.

WWW Virtual Library - is the oldest catalogue of the Web, started by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of HTML and of the Web itself, in 1991 at CERN in Geneva. Unlike commercial catalogues, it is run by a loose confederation of volunteers, who compile pages of key links for particular areas in which they are expert; even though it isn't the biggest index of the Web, the VL pages are widely recognized as being amongst the highest-quality guides to particular sections of the Web.

Yabigo - Search results in three columns: Google, Bing and Yahoo

Zuula - allows you to search across multiple platforms by putting them all in one location. After entering your search term, you'll be given a typical-looking results page. What makes it unique is that by clicking the tabs listed across the top of the page, you'll be given the results for your search term on each of the search engines listed. Google, Yahoo, MSN, Gigablast, Exalead, Alexa, Accoona, and Mojeek are all in one place.

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