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Joongel and SearchCube: for fun October 20, 2008

Posted by tomography in search engine.
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I am busy cramming for my gynecology exam next week, so I would like to share with you just a quick post on two interesting and potentially useful search pages: Joongel and SearchCube.

Joongel, the easy way

Joongel provides that top ten most viewed websites in a given topic. For example in the Health category you may choose MayoClinic, WebMD, RevolutionHealth amongst others.

We created Joongel while thinking about how to make the Internet easier for you. We believe that just like us, you find the Internet to be from time to time a little bit like a jungle. Instead of presenting you with an enormous amount of scattered results from different subjects and websites, Joongel provides direct search results from the ten most viewed websites in a specific subject or subcategory. The Joongel application can be used in different platforms such as search plugins, expert websites and the Joongel main website.

SearchCube is the first graphical search engine that I have seen. Results are displayed on a 3D rotateable cube.

It displays the first thirty-two (32) results for each of websites, videos and images. The maximum total number of results returned is ninety-six (96) results. Where a preview is not available, the search result is not shown.

Do you remember the movie Cube?

– Andras

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