Find What You're Looking For
Searching the web can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. The links below are provided to help you get the job done quicker.
Google Proxy - Google search without the ads, cookies, and search-term records.
Turbo10 - Deep Net search with categorized results.
Yahoo! People Search - Search by name to find address and phone number, or email.
alltheweb - Alternative to Google.
Wayback Machine - Use the Internet Archive to view web pages as they appeared in the past.
Search Engine Watch - The source for search engine marketing.
PriceWatch - Great source for pricing information on computers, parts, and electronics.
RamWatch - Excellent source for Mac Memory Pricing.
Epinions.com - Find and compare products. Read Reviews.
Koders.com - The leading search engine for open source code. Their source code optimized search engine provides developers with an easy-to-use interface to search for source code examples and discover new open source projects which can be leveraged in their applications.
Needle in a HaystackMythBusters, "Episode 23," investigates just how hard is it to find a needle in a haystack... Egos fly as the MythBusters get competitive in creating the supreme needle-finding machine. - Discovery Channel
Google WhackingRules for the Googlewhacker, legal words and dictionary results required when using a search engine to find fewer results, or exactly one result. - googlewhack
Google BombA Google bomb or Google wash is an attempt to influence the ranking of a given site in results returned by the Google search engine. Due to the way that Google's PageRank algorithm works, a website will be ranked higher if the sites that link to that page all use consistent anchor text. - Wikipedia
A Walk Through LimaHoofing it when exploring a new place provides a deeper look into the character and culture of a region. Motoring through, areas and neighborhoods where the locals actually live are glanced over and ignored. You never know what serendipitous experience awaits when taking the time to explore on foot. - smallChaos Adventures™