Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Searching the Deep Web (and blogs) 

Salon has a really interesting article which talks about the "deep web". That refers to all of the various databases that can be accessed online, but whos results don't actually show up in a major search engine like Google. I haven't used too too many of those, but an example would be the fact that all the US patents are searchable online with images. You could find the site on google, but not actually search the database itself...

It also lists several really interesting looking resources. One of these is Technorati, which is a search engine for blog entries. Pretty interesting stuff.

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