19<br />Citebite: Easily Highlight & Link to Quotes on Webpages<br />http://citebite.com/<br />Citebite is very easy to use. Just copy and paste the text that you want to quote or source into the text box, and then also copy and paste the source URL. Once done, click “Make Citebite” which will get you a unique link leading to the source URL with your quoted text highlighted in the content. This makes it easier for readers to look up the quoted text and view your article in context.<br /> <br />
20<br />Zapd: Create Instant Websites From Your Phone <br />www.zapd.com<br /><ul><li> Extremely simple file sharing site.
Example: 2fn0.zapd.co</li></li></ul><li>21<br />Improved Google Reader<br />http://gears.google.com/<br />Open source browser extension that lets you run web applications (incl. Google Reader) offline. <br /> <br />
22<br />Improved Google Reader<br />http://gears.google.com/<br />Once installed, login to your gReaderaccount and you’ll see a small green circle next to the right top menu. This button lets you download your feeds to your PC and afterwards access gReaderoffline. Everything you have done while being offline will be synced with your gReaderaccount during the next time you go online.<br /> <br />
23<br />New search strategy building options <br />
25<br />New Bing Search Operator linkfromdomain:<br /><ul><li>Limit search to sites linked-to from a URL</li></ul> This new operator was created to show a user what websites a domain is linking to.<br /> It's pretty much the opposite of the "link:" operator that returns information <br /> regarding what websites are linking to that specific domain.<br />
26<br />Link Popularity<br />http://www.linkpopularity.com/<br /><ul><li>Link popularity is the total number of web sites that link to your site</li></ul>.<br />
27<br />Searching by domains<br /><ul><li>Gov.*
Returns only results from countries which use the .gov. domain</li></li></ul><li>28<br />Searching by domains<br /><ul><li>GenericTop-level Domains – Link
30<br />GovScan: Search all local government websites<br />http://govscan.com/<br /> <br />GovScan searches more than 5,000 city, town, county, and state government websites within all 50 United States<br /> GovScan searches thousands of local government websites to bring you targeted, precision results.<br />
31<br />Moat: Search Engine for Advertisements <br />http://www.moat.com/<br /><ul><li>Search engine for ads.
Lets you search current online ads for any brand.
Get information like ad size and the website it last ran on.
No registration required.</li></li></ul><li>32<br />People Search <br />
33<br />Peepmail - Find People’s Business Email Addresses Online<br />http://samy.pl/peepmail/elift.cgi<br />Peepmail is a free to use web service that looks for someone’s company email address. All you have to do is type in the name of the person and their company or the company’s website URL. The site then searches the company’s domain name and looks for your required address. <br />While the tool does not work with all domain names, it is still worth a try before launching a manual email searching mission.<br /> <br />
35<br />Folowen: Quick Social Profile Search<br />http://folowen.com/search<br />Folowen is a social profile search engine that aggregates the social media profiles of a person from 20 different social sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter… etc and presents the results on one single page. Hence you can easily click through the links and follow the person.<br /> <br />
36<br />Identify – Firefox extension<br />https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/identify/<br />Identify is a Firefox extension that makes it easy to view information about anyone online. It aggregates person’s profile information from various social networks and media sites and puts it all in one window.<br /> <br />
37<br />Waatp: People Search Engine<br />http://waatp.com/<br /> <br />A real time search engine to find people using their first and last name. <br />
38<br />Waatp: People Search Engine<br />http://waatp.com/<br /> <br />