The big news is we reached 600 listings. New listings include: articles on how and why to blog, sites on education*, World War I, blogs, gardening, and naval miniatures and paper airplanes.
Simon Woods put our search box on the footer of his blog. I’m quite proud he added it. Thank you Simon.
The footer of our search results page has a list of search engines you can continue your query on. I had to do some editing: 1. Findx shut down so I replaced that, (see below for details), 2. I also added an extra meta search engine I ran across: eTools.ch. It’s not a privacy engine but I like it anyway.
Thoughts on a Directory of Hyperlink Nodes
Privacy Respecting MetaGer.org Search on Indieseek.xyz
How to Build a Town News and Event Portal
Bookmark: The internet that took over the Internet
* Thank you to John Johnston for adding the education links.
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@bradenslen Hi Brad, I was looking over your new listings and was surprised (pleased) to see your Penelope Trunk listing. I followed her for a long time, a strong & verrry independent voice. I already mentioned her in my piece on How I Blog. It’s well along, but not done yet. KUTGW!
@Ron Penelope Trunk was about the only post I found on all those search engines that wasn’t in it for the money. I think I found her on Mojeek. I like that engine it coughs up stuff the others bury.
Take your time, I’m looking forward to your essay.
@bradenslen Um…. wow…. there goes my entire day lol. That’s a cool little engine!
@hope I really like Mojeek.
@bradenslen I just set Mojeek as my primary engine. I’ll use Startpage for anything it doesn’t find.
@Ron When do you expect to ship um… I mean publish it? I love reading other people’s thoughts on blogging. I need to write a long post on how I blog as well. I try to get my posts done all in one session, though.
@bradenslen Wow 600 listings!
@hope It may be a few days. I have a lot of material to fold into this one. Usually one sitting is enough for me too, but not this time.
@bradenslen Yeah it seems like the coolest search thingy I’ve seen in a while.
@bradenslen Thanks for pointing out Mojeek (hadn’t seen it before).
@bradenslen The emoticon search is pretty cool.
@jenett They have a smallish database, just over 2 billion pages and many of the Big Name sites block everyone but Google and Bing. But in spite of that, Mojeek is good for coming up with lesser known sites that are as good as the Big Names.
@jenett You are ahead of me on that. I’ve been ignoring it despite many hours of using Mojeek.