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October 12, 2005, 8:26 pm
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wonderful it was when I would input a very common word and it would
bring up 4 to 8 subheadings to search under. It was great for zeroing
in on your information needed. Are there any search engines today that
still to that? Example: you input water. Subheadings might be:
purified water, sea water, water sports, etc. All of these are totally
unrelated so if you don't get rid of them in your searching the results
will be bogged down with useless results. Suggestions?
Re: Metacrawler's subheadings: where did they go?
sort of, google does it.
water -purified -sea -sports
That will filter out many of the ones you don't want.
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