To explore further, visit all these cool sites and search engines on the Web:
The Lycos A2Z directory takes a new position in the crowded field of Net directories. A2Z starts with the most frequently linked sites, and adds concise, authoritative descriptions. From the best kids' pages to the world's film festivals, to UFOs and virtual psychics, A2Z has it.
Offering compact or detailed searches through what the company claims is the largest Web index, Digital Equipment Corporation's Alta Vista can help you find your way through 8 billion words filling 30 million Web pages. It also provides a full-text index of more than 13,000 newsgroups.
AMAZING ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION WEBDIRECTORY!
The categories in this Web directory cover topics such as animal rights, solar energy, and sustainable development.
ARGUS/UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN CLEARINGHOUSE
The Clearinghouse has provided access to topical guides to the Internet's information since 1993. Hundreds of topics, from artificial intelligence to zoology, are available. Searchable and browsable, the Clearinghouse also includes guide ratings.
c|net's shareware.com makes it simple to find software on the Internet. More than 170,000 files are available for easy searching, browsing, and downloading from shareware and corporate archives on the Internet. According to Newsweek, "shareware.com does for software what Yahoo did for finding Web sites."
DejaNews searches Usenet newsgroups, finding the topic you're interested in by a weighted search criteria that sorts the information based on the number of occurrences of the word you're looking for.
THE ELECTRIC LIBRARY
Rather than searching the Web, check out the Electric Library's contents. Launch comprehensive searches across this extensive database of more than 1000 full-text newspapers, magazines, and academic journals; images; reference books; literature; and art.
Can't describe exactly what you're looking for? Excite's unique concept-based navigation technology may help you find it anyway. Excite's Web index is deep, broad, and current: It covers the full text of 11.5 million pages and is updated weekly. And Excite's team of expert journalists offer reviews of 55,000 sites. Plus Usenet newsgroups, hourly news, commentary, and the Web's first interactive cartoon.
A central repository for Java applications, sorted by category.
The intelligent guide to the Net: GNN's savviest surfers choose and review the Net's best sites and programs, from Activism and Adventure Travel to Women's Studies and Zines.
The IBM infoMarket Service allows the serious user to simultaneously search the Internet plus a vast selection of sources and profiles currently only available through private networks. This quality, competitively priced content can be delivered in infoMarket's Secure Cryptolope container.
Rated the number one search service by PC Computing, Infoseek Guide helps you find what you're looking for on the Net, for free. With each search, you get the most relevant matches, related topics to explore, and timely news and views from popular magazines, TV networks, and the best online experts. Infoseek Guide also makes it easy to find email addresses, stock quotes, company profiles, and more.
This comprehensive catalog of the Internet finds what you need in seconds, including text, graphics, sounds, and videos. PC World magazine recently rated Lycos best of the top 11 Internet search engines in both quality of information and relevancy of results.
We've seen it all, so you don't have to. Dial Magellan, the voice of the Internet. We manage the absurdity of searching billions of words, and we have the one thing none of our competitors have . . . real stars. Check us out!
NERD WORLD MEDIA INTERNET SUBJECT INDEX
Search thousands of categories for the exact web site or newsgroup that you're looking for. Check out the Make-Your-Own-Index feature and the popup search page.
100hot Websites are definitely the most popular sites, every week! Find the hottest websites in the hottest categories: live events, tech, models, celebrities, humor, showbiz. It's like the best-seller list, but for websites, by country.
OPEN TEXT INDEX
The Open Text Index searches every word of every Web page the company has indexed - some 21 billion words and phrases in all. The company claims it's one of the largest indexes available. Pose queries of virtually any length, or focus in by searching only titles or links.
Search an extensive database of rated and reviewed Web sites and check out Point's cream of the cybercrop - sites their editors place in the top five percent. Plus, Point offers a weekly Top Ten list and international news headlines.
THE SOFTWARE SHARING RESOURCE LIBRARY
This resource sponsors a special program to find and reward Web sites that offer free software or shareware, resulting in a database of PC and Unix tools, as well as a general index of Web sites.
Use Starting Point to browse the Web, in categories such as news, business, sports, and entertainment. Check out their hot site of the day.
This popular site offers a speedy Web search engine and a random-links feature to find new and unusual sites. It also features a list of the 25 most visited sites on the Web.
This directory at the World Wide Web Consortium lists registered Web servers around the world.
A list of the best new sites on the Web, updated daily.
Fast, easy to use, and free, WhoWhere? is a comprehensive White Pages service for locating people and organizations on the Net. WhoWhere? intuitively handles misspelled or incomplete names, and it lets you search by initials.
Arguably the pioneer Internet guide, Yahoo! has been organizing Web content since what seems like the beginning of it all. Updated daily, Yahoo! allows users to both browse and search subject categories. In addition to using Yahoo!'s search functions, check out up-to-the-minute sports scores, weather, headlines, and stock quotes.
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