Ten Search Engines You’ve Never Heard Of And Can’t Live Without

Ten Search Engines You’ve Never Heard of

(And Can’t Live Without)

(Courtesy of eweek.com, and converted from their absurd slideshow format.)

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http://www.filestube.com/

Lets you search and download files from file sharing and uploading sites.

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http://www.gosasa.com/

Can’t hack Craigslist? Not sure if you’re in the market for a bike or a boat? This meta-search engine finds free online classified ads of all kinds.

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http://www.chizmax.com/

What are the words to “Sugar, Sugar?” This site lets you search for song lyrics and videos.

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http://www.burrp.com/

Hungry? This user-generated urban lifestyle guide will help you find the best Thai place in town.

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http://www.peoplefinders.com/

Remember when this was free on Yahoo? Well, free people search is back.

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http://www.weshow.com/

A human-powered search engine for finding online video
(Beta – seems to be down right now)

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http://www.Gettalink.com/

A constantly growing catalog of 2.0 search tools on the Web.
(Seems to be down right now)

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http://www.searchcrystal.com/home.html

Horrified at long lists of search query results? This tool allows you to visualize search results.
(Beta, but working)

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http://www.Gnosh.org/

A meta-search tool that lets you search large media sites as well as social search engines.

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http://www.Tafiti.com/

Tafiti, which means “do research” in Swahili, is an experimental search front-end from Microsoft, designed to help people use the Web.
(Beta. Requires Micro$oft Silverlight, whatever that is. Download link provided.)

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