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Tuesday, June 28, 2005

 
Deepy is another meta search engine, with an interesting twist to it. When you run your search you get a series of results (irritatingly broken down into groups of 5), but you can then click on a result and see the page in the lower half of the search results window, in a stripped down form, highlighting the keywords that you've searched on. You can also zoom in/out on the page as well.

It also has a search history function (based on cookies) and is based on the Gigablast engine. Nice, simple and quick.

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