October 31, 2006

Google, or not

My recentish spate of Google-related posts seems to have attracted the attention of Jimmy Atkinson of the Online Education Database, who pointed out to me their page Research Beyond Google: 119 Authoritative, Invisible, and Comprehensive Resources, which list a bunch of pretty good non-Google sources. The general areas are: Deep Web Search Engines, Art, Books Online, Business, Consumer, Economic and Job Data, Finance and Investing, General Research, Government Data, International, Law and Politics, Library of Congress, Medical and Health, Science and Transportation. I'm sure that he would be more than happy to take some suggestions, I know I'm going to send a few.

And while I'm on the subject of google, I also want to draw attention to the Curious Cat Science and Engineering Search using the new Google Co-op Custom Search Engine functionality. Thanks to Curious Cat for pointing it out in the comments a few posts ago.

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