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thepineapplehead
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Just been recommended by one of my friends. It;s called Clusty, and groups your search terms - example, searching for 'chips' will give the categories 'gambling', 'cooking', 'computers', which you then select.

It's called Clusty, and is a great idea, check it out.

www.clusty.com

(I types in CSS and it even has a whole section for Eric Meyer!
http://clusty.com/search?query=css)

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  • CSS doesn't make pies

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A better search engine than Google

This looks a lot like the Northernlight search engine which has gone the subscription route. It would cluster results.

I note that a search on CSS turns up CSSCREATOR as #24 and it appears in the first set of directory choices! Whoot, whoot Tony!

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