Internet Search

No search engine will find every page every time. Experiment to find the one that best suits your needs for each particular search.

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Filtered Search (helpful - but not foolproof)
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News Portals

General-purpose search engines and web directories aren't the best tools for searching for news. This isn't a criticism -- they simply aren't designed for the purpose. A much better way to find news on the web is to use a specialized news portal or search engine.

RSS News Feeds, Blog Search & Social Media

Directories

About.Com - people-powered directory for the best sites as determined by their guides.

About.com Closed Guide Relocation Directory and Assistance Links

JoeAnt

KidsClick! - a directory/web search for kids - designed by librarians.

IPL2 - Internet Public Library/Librarian's Index to the Internet - resources selected and evaluated by librarians for their usefulness to users of public libraries.

Open Directory - a human-maintained portal with a huge number of topics and an open-source community spirit to funding the service.

"Hidden" Web

Databases available on the web - but not indexed by search engines.
  • Inspire - just for Indiana residents!

Specialized Search

FAQ Archive - a searchable index of Frequently Asked Questions archives on the 'Net.

USA.gov - search U.S. government websites.

Google - Search Newsgroups

Google - Search Magazines - using Google Book Search

Search Engine Colossus - an interesting start for specialized search engines around the globe.

Scout Report Archives - a search engine for sites listed with Internet Scout, a project with the University of Wisconsin.

ZDNet Media - search Ziff-Davis (computer magazines) publications

Wolfram|Alpha - search from a mathematical perspective

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Did You Know?

The highest point in Indiana is located in Wayne County, northwest of Bethel. At 1,257 feet, it is known as “Hoosier Hill”, but that title is a bit ironic.