Fully cataloged and annotated scholarly Internet resources; search and browse by author, title, subject and keyword.
Searchable, annotated, subject directory of Internet resources chosen for their usefulness to the library user's information needs. A mixture of academic and popular subjects, with excellent annotation.
One of the most complete guides for reference on the web.
The oldest subject directory on the Internet, scholarly resources, contributed by worldwide volunteers.
The Open Directory Project's goal is to produce the most comprehensive directory of the web, by relying on a vast army of volunteer editors.
A search engine for children from UC Berkley.
A page of search input boxes from web search engines that have compiled and/or screened sites for content appropriate to children. This page is maintained by librarians at the Ramapo Catskill Library System.
Collections of sources from Deep Web.
A metasearch engine. It's fast and ranks results.
Ranks results, shows best hit, homepage, and sources, FocusWords for suggesting alternative words.
Searchable directory of business resources on the web. It's organized into 26 major industry categories, ranging from accounting to transportation. The directory contains more than 400,000 listings within 25,000 industry, product and service subcategories.
A searchable database for job-seekers.
All things relayed to US Government.
A database of movie reviews, with 15,000+ titles and 90,000+ reviews; special searches: Recent Releases, Upcoming Releases, Top 10 at the Box Office, Video Releases for this month, AFI's 100 Greatest American Movies, Most Popular Titles, or Most Reviewed Titles.
Over 20 million university and education pages.
A Basic Tutorial on Searching the Web - Twenty short lessons to get you started.
A website dedicated to helping you master this amazing medium
A Beginner's Guide to the Internet.
The best site for all kinds of search engine information
A well presented comparison and analysis of major search engine features.