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Thread poster: Evert DELOOF-SYS

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Sep 3, 2001

Hi all,


A helpful hint:

The following site -which has been around since 1996- is considered by many to give the best explanation of how to find the right search engine.


Choose the Best Search for Your Information Needs at:

http://nuevaschool.org/~debbie/library/research/adviceengine.html


is a simple but elegant chart that shows all the major search engines and how they can help you.


And if that\'s not enough, Debbie has a link to NooldleQuest at www.noodletools.com/noodlequest, which is a \"search strategy wizard\" that asks you a few questions and recommends a search engine for you.


Bye for now,


Evert Deloof-Sys



 


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