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UPDATED ACCORDING TO YOU 14 September, 2009
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Search Engines
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Directories
(Research / Reference)

Networking

NEMBERS : select what you wish to Key Code=ask your server!

Link Opens in New Window > Which search to use ?
This wizard may help,
but, it's mostly for fun
Link Opens in New Window > Archive.org is a place where you can retrieve archived websites / files / documents, etc. Link Opens in New Window > Complete AND allWhois
- you guessed it, Whois info.
(dns "ownership" lookup tools) and more
Link Opens in New Window > Audio
(mp3, wav, etc.) search by AltaVista (tips for best results)
Link Opens in New Window > Online Conversion " Convert just about anything to anything  " Link Opens in New Window > SamSpade.org - website (dns) "ownership" lookup tools and way more.
Link Opens in New Window > Image
(photos, graphics, etc.) search by AltaVista
Link Opens in New Window > Refdesk AND Link Opens in New Window > itools-
major listing of reference/research tools (dictionary, thesaurus, news, do-it-yourself, etc.) - also...
Link Opens in New Window > Verify E-Mail Address
- to see if an e-mail address is currently valid. (notes)
Link Opens in New Window > Yahoo Advanced Search Options (also good for searching within a specific site)

Maps and Mapping
USE Link Opens in New Window > GOOGLES MAP
is way cool

Link Opens in New Window > Network calculators - for techies and system admins

Link Opens in New Window > Google is best when you want to search with
boolean operators
(" " / AND / OR, etc etc)

Michelin
Link Opens in New Window > World Wide Mapping

Link Opens in New Window > Lookup ip numbers
thru Arin.net

USE GOOGLES Link Opens in New Window > LOCAL to LOCAL
Link Opens in New Window > Bible Search - when you want to find it in the Bible. (Also, images/maps, and more.)

National Geographic
Link Opens in New Window > Interactive Mapping

tell the D.i.L your
NETWORK REFERENCEs'

Link Opens in New Window > Business.com - find out if a company you know of has a website (international)

Expedia
Link Opens in New Window >Place Finder

LEARN the NETWORKS
Link Opens in New Window > livinginternet.com
LEARN the technology

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SAY SOMETHING or DO SOMETHING
with your time,
but, you must do nothing first...
  • When you accomplish this (and you will),
    it is suggested you start by doing some
    things that you were thinking of when you
    were doing NOTHING :)

  • This page and other Nembers will make sure
    you get answered ! see operator

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  • AltaVista's Link Opens in New Window > Audio Search Tips

  • This is a good search tool to use when you don't want to download a program
    (like Link Opens in New Window > Xolox, Link Opens in New Window > Kazaa, Link Opens in New Window > iMesh, etc.)
    to find songs and/or sounds.
    From personal experience, here's a few tips for getting the best results:

  • You'll have the best luck finding well-known songs by well-known artists,
    but sometimes you can find uncommon songs - just try it.

  • To accurately get the song you want, search by the Artist's:Name,
    rather than the song:name. 
    (Search for 'Madonna,' rather than 'American Pie.')
    IE > madonna:americanpie
    If you don't know the artist's name, do a "backwards:search"
    via song lyrics' search sites,
    like Link Opens in New Window > letssingit.com, where you can search by song name or lyrics to give you the artist's name and walla
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  • Link Opens in New Window > Refdesk lists a lot (maybe too much at times), so for quick reference, try Link Opens in New Window > iTools.com

  • A good dictionary not listed on Refdesk is Link Opens in New Window > Allwords - gives the definition, audio clip of pronunciation, and translates the word into Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish!
    And also Link Opens in New Window > Rhymezone - for a words' rhymes, synonyms, definitions, and more.  Also, Shakespeare, quotations...
    just a cool site!

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  • Why would you ever need this? 

  • Perhaps you're on a Link Opens in New Window > public terminal, and you don't have time to wait to see if your message will bounce back (after spending 1/2 hour writing the message!)

  • Or maybe to double-check that an e-mail address is invalid before deleting it from your address book.

  • And, hey, if you find out that an e-mail address is valid, but your friend isn't writing you back, send them an e-card with a read-receipt option, via sites like Link Opens in New Window > cardblast or Link Opens in New Window > all-yours.net (this site also allows you to use your own picture or music).  The e-card site will send you a confirmation when the card has been picked up - that way you'll know whether or not your friend is even checking their e-mail!

 

BOOLEAN OPERATORS GUIDE > best internet search trick use >*.*<
to cue ALL RESULTS within a database file system (if its not disabled for wildcards)
>  play with I.T. ok like this.    *.* +Madonna  will find everything madonna na na na naa

For example, if you type in
(the boolean operator is red)
>:< that is the best way to shear most:any:system

The search engine should find documents containing:

LIKE THIS \/

OR...

OR...

 

internet AND locator

+internet +locator

internet:internet

all the words: internet, locator

direct AND internet AND locator

+direct +internet +locator

""

all the words: direct, internet, locator

internet OR locator

 

""

any of the words: internet, locator

direct OR internet OR locator

 

""

any of the words: direct, internet, locator

locator NOT internet

locator AND NOT= - internet

+locator -internet

only the word locator and not the word internet

dog NEAR fleas

fleas:dog

try it with any two or three or four or five com bin at ion

something like: "If your dog scratches himself a lot, he might have fleas."   (explanation and example at Link Opens in New Window > this site.)

"working online"

online:jobs

 

the exact phrase: "working online"

More about boolean operators online:
Simple explanations and examples of boolean operators Link Opens in New Window > here

In-depth explanations and more boolean operators Link Opens in New Window > here

 

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