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LedeLog - 8 views

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    Built for Research Work in Ledes: The smallest unit of a story Quickly enter and navigate Ledes Save rich text descriptions Tag with your own categories Search through full content or by tag Track your progress Secure and Reliable Runs on Google's cloud infrastructure Ledes and Tags restricted to each user Auto-saves edit progress every ten seconds Simple privacy policy: All your data is private; nobody will view it unless a critical bug requires doing so
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GistWeb - webpage summerizer - 5 views

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    GistWeb provides a "summary" version of any page, giving you the meat and discarding the fluff. This saves loads of time when doing research online.
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Lexisum - Lexicon Wikipédia Summary - 0 views

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    Lexicon Wikipédia Summary Browse wikipédia as you type and impress your colleagues with excellent prints. saves session history
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Wikipedia Category Explorer | flexical.com - 1 views

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    Quick way to browse categories
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Powerset - 3 views

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    Powerset provides different kinds of results depending on whether you are searching based on a broad topic, a simple question, or more complex questions and phrases. While we do not claim to be able to directly answer all of your questions, we will help you find documents related to your query if they exist in Wikipedia and Freebase.
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Kosmix: The web organized for you - 6 views

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    Kosmix is a guide to the Web. The site (www.kosmix.com) lets users explore the Web by topic, presenting a dashboard of relevent videos, photos, news, commentary, opinion, communities and links to related topics. Kosmix's categorization engine organizes the Internet into magazine-style topic pages, enabling people to navigate the Web...
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Lexxe Search Engine - 3 views

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    Our technology is built upon the foundation of advanced Natural Language Processing technology.  Lexxe handles the query differently depending on whether it is a question or a keyword search. So Lexxe's first task is to decide whether the query is a question. Lexxe displays three kinds of results - "answers", "clusters" and "web page snippets".
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Viewzi - What are you looking for? - 0 views

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