Deepy Aims For Broadband Searchers

Billed as a search engine for broadband users, Deepy provides access to Gigablast-powered search
results along with a "View TextShot" feature that lets you preview a page before viewing it. It’s somewhat similar to the
binoculars feature at Ask Jeeves that lets you see a preview of a web site. Much more similar is the
preview feature that Vivisimo offers. Pretty cool is the "Jump to keyword" feature that lets you jump
to your keywords in the preview. Tabs at the bottom of the page also let you jump to the next page of results without a reload page delay — or at least, much of one. To learn
more, check out entries on Deepy’s blog. Image results, by the way, come from Picsearch.

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