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Would just like to say that has just made its debut.

Hope this website can help internet users looking for information.
If you have a second, together with comments or suggestions, please do
not hesitate to send me an email me at


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I have a third, but I am not sure its relevant.


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__/ [ Borek ] on Wednesday 05 April 2006 20:21 \__

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This should have probably gone under nntp://alt.websites

Good luck with the site anyway. You will now have an inbound link(s) from the
AISE mirrors.

Best wishes,


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Oh Oh Ah Ah Oh Oh Michael,

You must try to remember Rule Number 22435.767a ix subsection tr75.02 :
If you post a message here it makes it available to be discussed here.

Contestant's Name :

Judge's Comments :

I thought it was a very comprehensive selection of search mechanisms.

I didn't like the FRAMES deal. I wondered how long your web site can go on
the way it is with impunity. The whole concept seem to emit a malodorous
air, so I took some marks off for having a smelly bouquet. I did like the
way it sparkled in my glasses, the grey and the light greys.

Final Score :
7.6 out of possible 14.9 points


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Hi fred

You have a point here.
The original idea was that a frame would act as an online search
toolbar (vs installed toolbar, e.g. google toolbar), and that this can
allow easy switching between search engines.

Still thinking about balancing the pros and cons of the frame...


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