Sciencenet Sciencenet is a distributed search engine at KIT – Liebel-Lab for scientific knowledge. The Sciencenet software (YaCy) is based on p2p technology developed by Michael Christen in collaboration with Liebel-lab at KIT. Background Scientific knowledge is spread across many databases, research institutes, educational websites and literature repositories. Today's search engines success is often based on popularity ranking. Sciencenet architecture Sciencenet is a network of Linux PCs running "YaCy" software. Sciencenet-YaCy software has been designed and tested to run in a network with at least 2000 CPUs, with up to 10 million webpages per single CPU, allowing to search large and/or distributed information repositories. Mission Any university / research institute is encouraged to use the software and contribute to the scientific network. The sciencenet ideally provides a free, open scientific search engine index to the community. Sciencenet current status References
TouchGraph search Use this free Java application to explore the connections between related websites. Try it now! Enter keywords or a URL, and click 'Graph it!' See Getting Started below for more details. Getting Started Make sure you have the latest version of java, at least Java 1.5 Type in your search keywords or a URL, and press "Graph It!" Sample Searches: java - Get all the Links from Bing Search api and add them to array Introducing Greplin: the Search Engine for Your Personal Online Life Searching through the entire online world is already something we do, everyday. How about searching through your own personal online world? Y Combinator has just just come out with something very cool that will allow you to do just that. Greplin is a personal search engine that brings together all the information from your various social networking sites so that you can easily find exactly what you are looking for without having to know exactly where it might be located. Greplin founder, Daniel Gross is the youngest Y Combinator funded entrepreneur and was said (by Paul Graham, partner in Y C) to have come up with the idea when he didn’t know where to locate the address to a party he was on his way to. According to the site’s blog, they are accepting account registrations, however you might have to wait a little for them to make room for you to join officially.
Yahoo! Search Blog Comment fabriquer son propre moteur de recherche social Google Custom Search n’est pas un nouvel outil. Cependant, et pour celles et ceux qui ne l’ont pas encore exploré, il permet de faciliter certaines recherches répétitives sur les pages Facebook, les commentaires de blogs, les forums… Voire de fournir un support de diffusion de l’information intéressant. Voyons pourquoi, et comment construire son propre moteur de recherche social. Bien évidemment, les spécialistes et techniciens de la veille connaissent déjà cet outil et sont pour la plupart passés au niveau au-dessus, notamment avec Yahoo Pipes (outil dont j’essaierai de vous présenter une approche du même style bientôt). Cependant, et comme dit en introduction, configurer un Custom Search présente certains avantages : ==> Automatiser des recherches répétitives comme : => identifier des profils Twitter, ou des pages/groupes/statuts Facebook liés à un sujet (ou celles utilisant le nom de votre organisation) => rechercher uniquement dans les commentaires d’un blog ou d’une plateforme de blogs
Listorious: Discover the Best Twitter Lists json - How to correctly handle a response from the Bing Search API in Java? sitemaps.org - Home Blekko Blekko, trademarked as blekko (lowercase), is a company that provides a web search engine with the stated goal of providing better search results than those offered by Google Search, with results gathered from a set of 3 billion trusted webpages and excluded from such sites as content farms. The company's site, launched to the public on November 1, 2010, uses slashtags to provide results for common searches. Blekko also offers a downloadable search bar. History The company was co-founded in 2007 by Rich Skrenta, who had created Newhoo, which was acquired by Netscape and renamed as the Open Directory Project. Skrenta "is still remembered most for unleashing the Elk Cloner virus on the world". Blekko has raised $24 million in venture capital from such individuals as Netscape founder Marc Andreessen and Ron Conway, as well as from U.S. At the time, Blekko announced plans to earn revenue by selling ads based on slashtags and search results. Slashtags Features