Dulcinea Media, Inc. -- Uncluttering the Web Dulcinea Media is the Curator of the Internet. Its mission is to help educators teach students how to use the Internet effectively, safely, and responsibly. Below is a description of the products that we have developed in pursuit of our mission. In April 2012, we will release "Teaching Web Research Skills," a search-based, multimedia e-book that teaches educators how to teach students to conduct research on the Internet effectively and efficiently. We will also release a companion e-book for older students, titled "Stop Searching, Start Finding: Get Better Results in Half the Time," and a version for younger students, titled, "How to Be a Rock Star Researcher."
There was a discussion on LIS-UKEIG recently about how to limit a search by date. I posted my response to the list but thought it might be useful for others as well. One of the problems with searching for material in a specific daterange is that it's hard for a search engine to know exactly what is required. For example, if you add the date limit 'last 3 months' that doesn't necessarily mean 'new' pages that have been created in the last three months - if a search engine finds a page written 5 years ago that they've only just included in their database that could be included as a 'new' page (depending on engine of course). There used to be a reasonable number of search engines that allowed you to limit by date, but this functionality is become rarer, oddly enough. Phil Bradley's weblog: How to limit a search by date
Ginipic is a desktop utility for Windows that lets you search for images from Flickr, Google Images, Yahoo! Images, SmugMug, deviantArt, Live Search, Picasa, Photobucket, Facebook, and Fotolia. You can search for pictures from a single source, a list of favorites, or all source at once. Ginipic is an image search engine for the web, desktop - Downloa