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Using Google you can search the World Wide
Web, the FISO website or the FISO Forum at www.FantasyFootballUK.co.uk
Search Facilities and Tools:
- Copernic - search 10 or more major
search engines simultaneously.
- Web Ferret - scan several search
engines at once
- WebTop - excellent search tool that's
freely downloadable. Sits as a tool on your desktop where you can then type
in words, or drag text into, and ask it to go to webtop's site and provide
independent search results. Developed by a UK PLc, Bright Station.
- Kenjin - free download developed by
UK (Cambridge) based Automony. Tries to understand the meaning of the text
that you enter or highlight and will suggest alternative sites to the one
you're visiting, as runs alongside your browser.
- Alexa - free plug-in that works with
your browser to provide you with a wide range of useful behind the scenes
information about the site you visit.
- Hoovers is a subscription-based
service that provides in-depth company profiles.
- Flyswat - scans all the keywords on
any page you visit and links to definitions of those words and to additional
sites throughout the Web.
- 100 Hot tells you the most visited
sites in a given field.
- CompaniesHouse - search
their mainframe between 8am to 8pm for UK company filed information. Basic
search available for free.
- Edgar Online is a US government
resource that lets you learn more about publicly traded companies through
their SEC filings.
- Internet research
index - a crowded but useful site designed as a teaching tool on how to
search the Internet.
- Librarian's Index to the Internet - an
annotated subject directory of more than 6,500 Internet resources selected
and evaluated by librarians for their usefulness to users of public
- Direct Search -
a compilation of links to a resource known as the "invisible Web"
—a group of search interfaces containing information that's not easily or
entirely accessible from general search tools like Alta Vista, Hotbot, and
- Open Directory Project - ODP is a directory
that is compiled by humans. It has become an important source for Yahoo and
other major search engines, so it's important to have your site listed here.
- Websearch forum
is another place to learn about and discuss how to search the Web.