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VirusTotal - 4 views

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    VirusTotal is a free service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs and facilitates the quick detection of viruses, worms, trojans, and all kinds of malware detected by the antivirus industry.
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Fast Gmail Search Extension | CloudMagic - 12 views

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    CloudMagic introduces super fast search for your online data Now available for Gmail & Google Apps Email. Coming Soon: Support for Google Docs, Hotmail, Yahoo & Others
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Google SearchStories - 4 views

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    Search Stories Video Creator. Just type in your searches and select the kind of results that best communicate your story. Then, share your story to the world. Not working well w Chrome..
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guiGoog: Advanced Visual Power Search - 11 views

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    simple clinking interface for advanced search, ajax results. quit nice.
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Search 4 RSS - 7 views

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    rss,  google,  technorati,  wikipedia,  youtube,  twitter,  flickr,  imdb,  thefind,  ilike, 
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Yimmiy Search - 4 views

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    The following list shows all the currently selected providers:, Bing, BlipTV, Boss (Yahoo), Collecta, Digg, Flickr, Gigablast, Google, LiveVideo, Picasa, TruVeo, Twitter, VideoSurf, Vimeo, VodPod, YouTube
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Askboth.com - The ideal search engine - 5 views

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    side by side - live twitter
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Stringy Helping MSFT build a better Bing and avoid becomming the next GM - 2 views

shared by yc c on 27 Jan 10 - Cached
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    bing and google mixed up, you can't see the source
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2lingual Search - 2 views

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    Bilingual search of the Web, images, videos, Wikipedia, and the blogosphere. Currently, you can choose from 552 different bilingual search combinations. 
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Twingine - 2 views

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    Google and yahoo compare search
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Einfach schöner brausen - 0 views

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    'Pretty browsing' German search engine which aggregates results from del.icio.us, Technorati and Google Blogsearch.
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Google Translate - 0 views

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    Search any language using your language. "Now, you can search for something in your own language (for example, English) and search the web in another language (for example, French). If you're looking for wine tasting events in Bordeaux while on vacation in France, just type "wine tasting events in Bordeaux" into the search box on the "Search results" tab on Google Translate. You'll then get French search results and a (machine) translation of these search results into English. Similarly, an Arabic speaker could look for restaurants in New York, by searching for "مطعم نيويورك"; or a Chinese speaker could look for documents on machine learning on the English web by looking for "机器学习". While machine translation is not perfect, it's usually good enough for you to obtain the gist of information in a language you might otherwise be unable to access. We think this feature will be particularly useful for our international users since although the majority of Internet users out there are non English speakers, a majority of the content on the internet is still in English." http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2007/05/search-without-boundaries.html
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StopBadware.org - 1 views

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    StopBadware.org is a "Neighborhood Watch" campaign aimed at fighting badware. We will seek to provide reliable, objective information about downloadable applications in order to help consumers to make better choices about what they download on to their computers. We aim to become a central clearinghouse for research on badware and the bad actors who spread it, and to become a focal point for developing collaborative, community-minded approaches to stopping badware.
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PanImages Cross-Lingual Image Search - 1 views

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    PanImages translates words into a large number (potentially hundreds) of languages to increase image search results.
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Let me google that for you - 0 views

shared by yc c on 24 Jan 10 - Cached
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    Google for beginners
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WebSource.it - the wisdom of crowds. - 2 views

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    You enter your words or phrases in its fields (up to 5) and when done you hit Enter. The resulting hits for each term are an indication of popularity and, roughly speaking, correctness. In other words, you rely on the fact that most people will have their facts right than wrong - the wisdom of crowds.
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