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[M]etabrain [E]ntry [L]og » Blog Archive » Mel’s hunt for a citation management system: Thanks, Mel.

GoodRelations: The Web Ontology for E-Commerce: Take the SPARQL challenge

boilerpipe - Boilerplate Removal and Fulltext Extraction from HTML pages - Google Project Hosting : Whereas this is work-related

Data Science Toolkit: Thanks, data scientists

Remember Everything | Evernote Corporation: Just what I need for my Everquest

Students, get citable references for your research with The Full Wiki: An idea that's simultaneously brilliant and dumb. (And I don't mean brilliant in any superficial sense--it really is a great idea.)

Advanced search | PhilPapers: Philosophy-specific paper search engine

Compuhire - search-wise.net: Nothing ever dampens your spirits, does it, SearchWise?

Drunk Men Work Here - On Bots - Fresh Zero Content for Compulsive Clickers: "a large scale experiment on search engine behaviour"

http://www.dlib.org/dlib/april97/04lynch.html: "The role of Z39.50-1988 in WAIS might best be describe as "inspirational" rather than that of a standard."

Hidden Google Video Categories: Didn't look into detail wrt how exactly they are hidden

http://www.faser.net/mab/chrome/content/mab.xul: It's like a little browser in your browser

: "what the heck" sr: difference between a million dollars and a billion dollars
what frances money looks like
Oh, they mean "france's"

: sr: Picks so hot you'll tell your friends

http://gnunet.org/doodle/: see if it's any good

: sr: "what product can you use form your house to make mold on chess go away?" I can think of all sorts of products that would solve the various interpretations of what you claim is your problem!

Jon Udell: Google Maps is a web of linked XML documents: investigate when not freaking exhausted

http://www.google.com/search?q=%22turn+a+*+into+a+*: handy (but i can't figure out who got it into the gleeper)

: astroids that will come to earth and destroy it do you have a picture of that

Google Scholar: this is actually quite helpful

Google Meme Observatory: Who watches the memewatches?

Engelbart: Augmenting Human Intellect (1962): Just become a cyborg already

http://www.google.com/search?q=%22supporting+the+goals+and+ideals%22: Aha! Here's how you find congressional recognition of eg. "Bladder Cancer Awareness Week"

Can't Find On Google - Welcome to CantFindOnGoogle.com: Wow, that went downhill fast.

http://www.google.com/search?q=%22don%27t+you+see+that%22: 90% of these search results are song lyrics

Linguist's Search Engine : Forcing semantics onto the non-semantic web

The Incredible LinkTron5000 (tm): Well, it's kind of incredible

http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Ausgs.gov+%22on+demand%22: Map madness

Custom eBay Searches Delivered by RSS : Find out how they do this

random pictures from the web: The spamusement of images

Google Talk: This fellow has lots of neat toys inc this not-quite-Disassociated-Text Google toy

Torrent Watcher v1.1: BitTorrent meta-index

text-mining.org: Why is a site about text mining so poorly organized? To provide you with motivation?

Shivakumar, N.; Garcia-Molina, H.: Finding near-replicas of documents on the web: It's a little obsessive that they care about a few hundred gigabytes of wasted space in your representation of the whole web.

The Devilfinder Search Engine - Finding Stuff Since 1979.: Why do people use this search engine?

: sr: "scientists making pokemon reall" Surely these scientists are the geniuses of our age!


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