Tag Archives: search program

Narrowing Down Those Search Results

By | March 26, 2004

Here’s an interesting, albeit quirky, search program called, suitably enough, Mercurius. From the blurb: When you perform a search using Mercurius, as well as the usual search engine results you are shown lists of words and phrases found within these results. So, if you feel that the returned sites are not exactly what you wanted, you can iterate… Read More »

Column: search software

By | March 26, 2003

Loose Wire — Organize Me: Give us some software that really makes the information age meaningful   By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 3 April 2003 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2003, Dow Jones & Company, Inc. Every time I visit a computer shop I get nostalgic for the dotcom boom. In those days people with… Read More »