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You can use OPACs to streamline your search for hardcopy materials at physical libraries. A Quick Tour of the Web's Best Libraries Now lets narrow down our search and take a very quick tour of a half-dozen of the most interesting library sites on the Web. org) is the oldest catalog of the Web. Its pedigree is unparalleled; the Virtual Library was created by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the Web itself. The Virtual Library is essentially a big Web directory, like a proto-Yahoo! This site differs from Yahoo!

Com) Another large and powerful search engine, slightly easier to use than AltaVista. See Chapter 5, Serve Up Hot Searches at HotBot, for more information on HotBot. com) Another undistinguished search engine, now part of Disneys GO Network and portal. See Chapter 8, Seek Important Information at Infoseek, for more information on Infoseek. com) Yet another average search engine attached to a Web portalbut with a unique user-edited Web directory. See Chapter 6, Go Get It at Lycos, for more information on Lycos.

This localization feature will become more important as the World Wide Web switches from  < previous page page_129 next page > If you like this book, buy it! < previous page page_13 next page > 33 34 Page 13 HotBot, one of the largest Web search engines, with more than 110 million entries in its index. And thats how you get results from a search engine. So, which is better, a directory or a search engine? It all depends on what you want. If you want the most results, use a search engine.

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