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Dogpile
Dogpile is a metasearch engine that calls itself all the best search engines piled into one. One request fetches data from a number of other search engines.
www.dogpile.com/
Search Engine Watch
SEW began in 1995 with a study of why some websites did not show up on certain search engines. It was then launched in 1997 on the web.
www.searchenginewatch.com/
Freefind.com
Freefind is a website search engine that is used by over 100,000 websites. It tracks use, can be used with other search engines, utilizes languages other than English, and much more.
www.freefind.com/
MetaCrawler
MetaCrawler, developed in 1994 at the University of Washington and a brand of InfoSpace, is a metasearch engine that blends the top search results from a number of search engines all at once.
www.metacrawler.com/
My Way
My Way is a search engine powered by selected information and news providers, with no banner ads or pop-ups. On My Way, users can customize their sites to give one-click access to features and services on other sites.
www.myway.com/
Search.com
Search is a metasearch search engine, which searches major search engines all at once. Among its services are shopping, video, reference, a categorized web directory, games, music, and much more.
www.search.com/
WebCrawler
Webcrawler calls itself the web's top search engines spun together. It includes Google, Yahoo!, Windows Live, Ask.com, About.com, MIVA, LookSmart, and others. It uses metasearch technology to search quickly and eliminate duplicates.
www.webcrawler.com/
ASearch.us
Every search engine is different, and this is partially due to the way each search engine's spider operates. The website features an introduction to search engine algorithms.
www.asearch.us/
Google Image Search
This Google site allows the user to search for images on the Internet using a keyword search. The results may be photographs, paintings, drawings, or more.
images.google.com/
Yahoo Kids
This is a version of the yahoo search engine for kids. Kids can search for games, music, sports, get homework help, look up words, learn about science and much more.
kids.yahoo.com/
AOL Search
This is the search site for America Online. Search results are sorted and ranked by Google and may contain objectionable material not endorsed by AOL.
search.aol.com/
Search Microsoft
This site is the access point to basic searching on Microsoft. Can be searched in languages other than English and also access to other Microsoft sites and an advanced search capability.
search.microsoft.com/
Yahoo Search
This popular search engine can help you find information, local businesses, and online shopping as well as photos and illustrations.
search.yahoo.com/
AlltheWeb.com
All The Web, founded in 1999, is a search engine. Users can customize their searches by Web, News, Pictures, Video, or Audio with Web as the default.
www.alltheweb.com/
AltaVista
AltaVista is a search engine that searches the Internet around the world or just in the USA. Contains Babel Fish translation capability on the homepage and is also divided into separate categories such as travel, people finder, answers, and much more.
www.altavista.com/
Ask.com Search Engine
Formerly called AskJeeves.com, Ask.com is a major search engine with algorithms that rank the most authoritative sites for each search. The company also provides AskforKids, Bloglines, Evite, Excite, FunWeb Products, iwon, and MyWay.
www.ask.com/
AskForKids
AskforKids was formerly part of the Ask Jeeves for Kids. The website is very simple to follow. There is a place to type in a question and an answer with its source will appear. On the answer page are links to the sources and information about them.
www.askforkids.com/
Atomz
Atomz is a free online search engine. For a fee, users can use an ad-free version of the Atomz search engine. Sign up and download are available on the website.
www.atomz.com/
AT&T Worldnet
This is the AT&T web search site. On the homepage is a Google web search plus other features such as a mail box, addresses, calendar, toolbar with security features, IMing, newsgroups, webpages, parental controls, and much more.
www.att.net/
Clusty
Founded in 2000 by 3 Carnegie Mellon University scientists who were interested in the problem of information overload that occurs on many Internet searches. They developed Clusty, a metasearch engine, which groups search results into clusters.
www.clusty.com/

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