Category Archives: Search engines


PreCYdent is a search engine for law that currently contains U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Court of Appeals cases.  It’s development team plans to add all U.S. federal and state cases and statutory materials with the goal of making effective … Continue reading

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A New Kind of Search

We are all used to the traditional web search where we enter our query into a search engine that searches through its index of web pages and then provides us with a list of the results that most closely match … Continue reading

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Use TechXtra to search the deep web for articles, books, technical reports, technical data, full text eprints, the latest research, thesis & dissertations and more, in engineering, mathematics and computing.  This is a free search tool from the UK that … Continue reading

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Search Engine List lists 100 Alternative Search Engines You Should Know.  These SE’s are designed to search specifically for things like E-books, PDF files, audio, music, and videos. Take a quick scan and you could find some helpful specialized search engines to … Continue reading

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New Google Search Options

Google has launched its newest search options which are now available from a “Show options” link in the upper left corner of your Google search results page.  Click on the link to reveal a multifaceted sidebar which takes aim at … Continue reading

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Microsoft has put a new face on Live Search, it is now called Bing, which went public last weekend.  It includes a cool autoplay tool for previewing videos but there are huge concerns about Bing’s filters.  Read more at Fox … Continue reading

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Trans Lex

Trans-Lex Researchers, professors, students and lawyers involved in transnational law and international business law will find Trans-Lex to be a valuable legal research tool. The “How to Use the Site” link at the bottom of any page gives detailed … Continue reading

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Search the deep web with search engine, Surfwax.  Sort your results by relevance, alphabet, or source.  Use the “focus” feature to find the best words for your search or to find alternate topics, phrases, or concepts to consider for your … Continue reading

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Google Searches Are Up

According to comScore, Google had a 63.7 percent share of the 14.3 billion U.S. searches in March.  It’s previous high was 63.5 percent.  Read the full article, “Google widens its U.S. search lead“, from MSNBC.

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Bloggapedia is a blog directory, full-text blog search engine, and all around resource for blogging tools, news, and information.  You can set the search box to look for blogs or posts, browse the blog directory, view most recently added and … Continue reading

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