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Wednesday, July 20, 2005

 
Search Tuna is a multisearch engine that is worth a look. It takes a while to return results - 3 minutes or more (it can email them to you), but it displays results in a really interesting way. It shows what it regards as the top hit, related concepts and then 'the best websites' in various categories, such as 'Outstanding', 'Excellent', 'Good' and 'Valuable web resources'. You can also limit searches to Medicine, Science, History, Society, People and I don't know. It's very neat and great if you only need a small number of high quality results.

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