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4. Re: Search Engines Jan 24, 2005, 20:09 eunichron
Oh great, ANOTHER P2P program to add to the already overcrowded category.

I have one suggestion: Ares (

It's free (supported by user donations), easy as hell to use (if you used Kazaa/Morpheus you'll know exactly what to do right away). No spyware, no adware. Downloads are decent most of the time, but the network is still pretty small, but growing fast. A buddy of mine turned me onto it about a month ago, and it has since become my main P2P program for music.

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3. Re: Search Engines Jan 24, 2005, 19:48 anon@24.76
dont use exeem, unless you want an unethical spyware company to have access to your computer(cydoor). is out, and it has the crap removed.

Like Kazaa vs Kazza Lite.

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2. Re: Search Engines Jan 24, 2005, 17:41 Cynips
84% of net users have used a search engine
And 16% of net users haven't? Jeeeesus!

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1. Search Engines Jan 24, 2005, 10:46 Beamer
I remember when was a search engine, listing how much each listing paid. Needless to say I never used it, the richest is not necessarily the most useful.

Several years later I ended up doing the bidding for another company. I dealt with dozens of search engines, and couldn't believe how many hits I got from useless little ones that listed exclusively based on bidding. I couldn't believe people chose these over something like Yahoo or Google.

Then Yahoo switched to paid inclusion, and there went my respect for Yahoo. It's still my homepage for news, and I still use it for quick searches, but when I really need something I fall back to google. Unless I'm mistaken they still leave all their ads separate from the actual search.

Music for the discerning:
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