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When you really need to find something this is your starting point, here's links to the best and strongest metacrawlers on the web. One of these metacrtawlers is the Dogpile which runs your search through all the major search engines, search engines you never heard of, usenet catalogs & ftp-sites. It also finds weather info, stock quotes, business news & other news wires. If you just for once dare to try something other than your usual search engine, try this.
Sometimes the easiest way to find something is simply to ask for it. That's where Ask Jeeves comes in: Ask him a question and Jeeves returns a number of customizable options for nailing down information. For example, when you type in a question and click on Ask, you get your answer and/or a series of links that answer similar queries. Jeeves also returns matches from the top search engines.
Search engines can't penetrate sites that are protected by passwords or otherwise hard to get to--but you can, thanks to " Internets". The site indexes thousands of databases on the Web and lets you get at them by keyword search or by browsing an alphabetical index. You can also use it as a jumping-off spot to other search engines.
Start your fact-finding mission here. Get the lowdown on just about anything--country profiles, scientific theories, sports stats, celebrities' birthdays, and other fascinating almanac-style tidbits.
The first site exclusively for finding multimedia files. Click on Advanced to search by file type and location. The results list displays image thumbnails and links you directly to sound and video clips. You can also browse lists of online radio & tv feeds.