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.
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
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 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
What is Chaos?The dictionary definition of chaos is turmoil, turbulence, primordial abyss, and undesired randomness, but scientists will tell you that chaos is something extremely sensitive to initial conditions. Chaos also refers to the question of whether or not it is possible to make good long-term predictions about how a system will act. A chaotic system can actually develop in a way that appears very smooth and ordered. - Mendelson and Blumenthal