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  • Aesop Search - The Aesop spider looks for new meta tag to allow webmasters to automatically describe their site.
  • All Academic - A searchable database of academic publications: journals, working papers, convention papers and magazine articles. Also has an A-Z list of links to online journals.
  • AllTheWeb - Search with a simple interface and huge database. Also offers news, picture, video, MP3 and FTP search. Uses the Open Directory category structure to create the 'Fast Topics' option in search results.
  • Amfibi - General search engine with an uncluttered interface in a choice of Catalan, English, French, and Spanish. Also has a web directory using the Open Directory.
  • Ask Jeeves - The polite butler answers questions asked in plain English. Search the web, news or shopping. If there is no good match in its own database, Jeeves offers top Looksmart results. There is also an option to browse the Open Directory.
  • DeepIndex - European search engine offering interfaces in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
  • Entireweb - The English-language version of a Swedish search engine with a clean interface and large database.
  • Gigablast - A search engine with a clean interface, advanced search options including sorting by date, and a real time url submission feature. Includes PDF documents in its index.
  • - A simple search engine from Cybersoft Infotek with advertising.
  • Objects Search - An uncluttered interface offers options to search the web, news and blogs, or the UDDI Business Registry. The websearch includes cached pages and 'anchors', which are titles and descriptions from the Open Directory.
  • Official Search - Searchable directory of the authorized web sites of companies, organizations, celebrities, government and sports.
  • Scrub The Web - Search engine with sponsored links at the top of results. Also offering a meta tag builder and analyzer.
  • SearchHippo - Indexes the sites listed in the major Internet directories. Offers free web services, including a search toolbar, and code for webmasters to provide search boxes on their sites.
  • Teoma - Using the same database as Ask Jeeves, it ranks sites partly by subject-specific popularity. Clusters results into subject groups, and lists related link collections by experts and enthusiasts where appropriate.
  • TrueSearch - A search engine with a simple interface.
  • Walhello - Search engine developed in the Netherlands, with a novel feature - results show if a site contains multimedia. It has a directory using ODP data and results include ODP categories.
  • Wayback Machine Recall - Search archived pages starting from 1996. Shows term popularity across time and allows searches for periods of time on the web.
  • WiseNut - Index of 1.5 billion pages. Search results are clustered into categories. Preferences settings include search by language and a filter to remove adult content.
  • Wotbox - Search engine with country specific searching. Options to display country flags, and include preview and translation features. Sponsored links appear in panels separate from the main results.
  • Zerx - You can view sites related to another site, or refine your existing search using that site.

  • Search Engines and Editorial Integrity - Article from the USC Online Journalism Review examines the issue of major search engines adopting deceptive, misleading advertising practices at the expense of editorial integrity and their users. (April 2, 2002)
  • Commercial Alert Files Complaint Against Search Engines for Deceptive Ads - A complaint filed with the US Federal Trade Commission by Ralph Nader's Commercial Alert service, which charges the major search engines of inserting advertisements in search engine results without clear disclosure that the ads are ads. (July 16, 2001)
  • The Evolution of Web Searching - David Green's paper from Online Information Review explores the development of search engine technologies. (March, 2000)

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