January 7th, 2005 04:24 PM
digging the net
how do u search the internet?
of course you will all say, search engines
but if really wanna search, would i depend on a commercial service to find the results
what about sites that are not registred to search engines ? what about hiding stuff from search engines ?
how do you search.
my methodes so far:
reading and following links
making logical connections, and browsing
from friends or ppl specially on my msn or in forums and mailing lists
January 7th, 2005 07:59 PM
Start by searching 'google' on the AO website. That might help.
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January 8th, 2005 12:03 AM
Every hacking net session (usually morning for about an hour or two before work) is when i extensivly use searches.
Google, obviously, wouldnt mind a counter to see how many times i have
GDS (Google Desktop Search), for searchin older previously visited webpage
View New Posts, this is GOD. Means i can reliably check for posts im interested in, 0days, etc etc
OK then, thats all i can remember atm
but my point is, the nets a big place, and not one method will ever become more powerful than the other, every aspect has its pro's and con's...
January 8th, 2005 12:27 AM
Depends what I'm looking for, but my usual searches go through these mediums.
Gnutella (Limewire client)
AO Forum Search
If I don't find what I need from those I search some other forums and sites, but rarely do I not find something after searching all of these (usually takes 1 or 2 at the most).