This new site from the Digital Corporation allows searches of both the web and USENET newsgroups and boasts a database of 8 billion words from over 16 million web pages. Too cool for words!
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Inktomi A next-generation search engine. Try it here!
The new LYCOS 'Catalog of the Internet', from Carnegie Mellon, is rated one of the best.
Webcrawler America Online's new search robot. Put him to work for you.
Starting Point'sMeta Search allows multiple engine searches with one keyword entry. Try it here:
Touted as the busiest search site on the web, InfoSeek is definitely fast, comprehensive and cool. Put 'em to the task here.
Yet another search site distinguished by numerous reviews.
This robust search engine is almost too fast for words!
The Internet Sleuth is an index of searchable Internet databases - over 900 at last count. Many amazing references may be found here.
Looking for an email discussion group? Quickly find any one of over 23,000 indexed here on the Liszt. Interested in locating a Usenet discussion group? More than 13,000 are currently on file and easily located. A most excellent site!
Deja News This incredible system locates words and phrases within the expansive collection of USENET newsgroup postings.
The Internet Movie Database is one of the most comprehensive and spectacular resources on the web. Here you'll find detailed information on thousands of films and television programs as well as those who made them possible. You can even add your own two-cents worth to the review of each listing. Awesome!
The All-Movie Guide A new project from the folks behind the ubiquitous All Music Guide. This site may become the definitive video database against which all others are compared. A must see. (Table-compatible browsers only) Looking for a song title or artist? The AMG All-Music Guide currently resides at the CDnow site.