MultiSeek, an Every Search Engine

2007-07-01 20:29 - Tech

I built this site a while ago, and have been using it for months at a temporary name. I chose the name because the domain was available, and it was the best I could come up with which was. The site is MultiSeek, and you could call it a "search command line". Just the other day I finally grabbed the name up so I could keep it.

I installed the plugin to set it as my default search engine in Firefox, and I haven't looked back. Type (almost) anything and you'll get a Google search. On the other hand, type a "command" and you'll get a different search; there are a whole bunch to choose from. They're organized into groups, use a group as a command name and you'll get a little frame set that will let you quickly compare searches side by side. I find the "define" and "buy" commands to be extremely useful that way.

My next post to come will explain why I've finally gone public with this. 'Till then, try out some examples:

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