Internet Archive - if you find any broken links you can see what those pages looked like in the past.
MSN Clustering Search - new technology search showing clustering.
MSN Search - the default search in Windows. Has around 10 to 15% market share in the US.
Yahoo! Mindset - search engine which allows you to bias your search results toward commercial or informational results.
Yahoo! Search - the search engine with the second largest reach.
How do Search Engines Work?
Jeff Dean Video - leading Google engineer explains how search engines work.
What are People Searching for?
Google Keyword Tool - gives 12 months of historical data
Dogpile Search Spy - shows real time search queries
Yahoo! Directory - one of the oldest web directories
Yahoohooligans - web guide for kids
Wikipedia - similar to DMOZ in structure, but hosts articles instead of just categorized link lists
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