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Major Search Engines and Directories

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When you think search, no doubt you think Google. But there are other popular major search engines (e.g., Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, and Baidu) that you can turn when searching for information, images, maps, videos, products, or something local. When you think search, no doubt you think Google. But there are other popular major search engines (e.g., Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, and Baidu) that you can turn when searching for information, images, maps, videos, products, or something local. 0 Comments

A Brief History of Google Search, as Demonstrated by Stephen Colbert

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As Google continues its worldwide dominance of search, we take a quick glance at the major events since a couple of kids in Stanford started their BackRub service. And who better to help us out than the Greatest Living American – Stephen Colbert. As Google continues its worldwide dominance of search, we take a quick glance at the major events since a couple of kids in Stanford started their BackRub service. And who better to help us out than the Greatest Living American – Stephen Colbert. 0 Comments

What's In A (Search Engine's) Name?

What's a Google? Should you be wary of Inktomi? Here's a look at the origins and meanings of the major search engines' names. What's a Google? Should you be wary of Inktomi? Here's a look at the origins and meanings of the major search engines' names. 0 Comments

Happy Birthday, Google!

Five years ago, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin incorporated their fledgling startup. The reason? So they could cash a $100,000 personal check that had been sitting in Page's desk drawer for a couple of weeks. Five years ago, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin incorporated their fledgling startup. The reason? So they could cash a $100,000 personal check that had been sitting in Page's desk drawer for a couple of weeks. 0 Comments

Google's "Search Recipe" Contest

Google challenges programmers to write code that does 'interesting' things, with a cash prize and a VIP trip to the Googleplex as a reward. Google challenges programmers to write code that does 'interesting' things, with a cash prize and a VIP trip to the Googleplex as a reward. 0 Comments

11) Crawler Name Report

Crawler ReportFirst request analyzed: Saturday, March 01, 1997 06:21 AMLast request analyzed: Sunday, June 01, 1997 06:55 PMCrawler Agent Name Crawler ReportFirst request analyzed: Saturday, March 01, 1997 06:21 AMLast request analyzed: Sunday, June 01, 1997 06:55 PMCrawler Agent Name 0 Comments