The Search Engine List is Back
Thursday, September 26, 2002
By popular demand and against my better judgment (grumble, grumble), we've returned the drop down list of search engines to the home page. Our original intention was to make searching the web easier by placing a universal search form on the home page. We, of course, chose the largest, fastest search engine which provides results unadulterated by ads.
However, in doing so, we seem to have "misunderestimated" the loyalty some folks have to their search engine of choice. So, in the light of what JFK once said, "an error doesn't become a mistake until you refuse to correct it," we've brought this feature back. Specifically, we've added a more or less complete list of relative search engines to the "Searching" section of the home page. So, please stop e-mailing us. :)
Seriously, though, if we've left out a link that you'd like to see returned, please let us know via our feedback form. All comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated.
P.S. I'm not picking on the President. As anyone who has ever read one of my posts before can attest, besides the fact that my spelling is atrocious, I've invented more words than Webster and Shakespeare combined. It's a liberating experience. Everyone should try it. :)