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Subject: Re: UKNM: Search Terms
From: Jo Chipchase
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 14:14:11 +0100

Jon wrote:
> > Does anybody know of any other similar resource, that shows
> > how people actually use language with search engines?
>If you believe http://www.askjeeves.com/docs/peek/ everybody
>asks lovely questions on Ask Jeeves - most of which seem
>perfectly sensible.

I don't believe it at all. I reckon Jeeves' search terms are totally
fabricated, to cater for a family audience. I bet people are *really*
asking "where can I find porn on the Net", and other things I won't mention
here for reasons of decorum.

>Try http://www.metaspy.com/ for MetaCrawler (I can't login now
>but if I recall you get the filtered and unfiltered versions)
>For a UK perspective try http://www.searchuk.com/cgi-
>bin/suk_spy.cgi from Search UK.
>Also try http://www.savvysearch.com/snoop or Magellan's Voyeur
>at http://voyeur.mckinley.com/cgi-bin/voyeur.cgi

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