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Be Bluu! June 4, 2010

Posted by tomography in Off Topic, search engine, SEEKRadiology.
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I have just come across a new Hungarian search engine called Bluu! It makes searching for travel, whether much easier than any other search engines, it is also a handy dictionary, and it is very handsome 🙂

  • Check out their blog for more info – Hungarian only!
  • Here is an interview with the lead designer.

– András

Customize your SEEKRadiology May 9, 2009

Posted by tomography in Radiology, SEEKRadiology.
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There are all sorts of search engines that are pertinent to the field of diagnostic imaging such as Goldminer, RadiologySearch and YottaLook. But these are all on a different server with different URL’s so if you want to use all of them at once, you have to have 3 or more windows or tabs open. SeekRadiology is bound to solve just that problem. It is not a search engine in itself, but it is a clever use of some old HTML and new Java Script to ease your search needs.

And now, you can customize your very own SEEKRadiology! Just visit the site, and scroll down to “Customize your SeekRadiology!”

SeekRadiology_customize

Click on the link, and you will be taken to the list of available search engines. You may edit this list easily by checking and unchecking the marks that appear to the left of the names of the engines.

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If you type in a username, and revisit the site, your username will appear on the main page for two weeks.

I hope you will find these additions useful, and continue to use this search page.

– Andras

Dedicated pdf. search engine November 24, 2008

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PdfGeni Logo

I was happy to hear about PdfGeni, the new dedicated search engine for pdf. type documents, though after I tried it, I had mixed feelings about it. It is not as good as I expected, thought it is not too bad either. The layout is simple, clear, no problem with that, but it tends to bring up fuzzy search results such as main URL’s and unrelevant pages from different books. It did however come up with very useful and never-before-seen results for my keywords: “nuclear medicine” and “pediatric radiology.”

In any case it is a solid engine, though it is still in beta, and if developments continue, this will be a search engine worth putting to our SeekRadiology project.

– Andras

SEEKRadiology: tell us what you think October 28, 2008

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– Andras

SEEKRadiology: official radRounds Partner October 24, 2008

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What started out as Corel Draw 9 improvisation on a very late September night has become recognized as a useful tool for diagnostic imaging professionals. On the 23rd of October, 2008, SEEKRadiology has become an official radRounds partner!

radRounds is the professional and social network for Radiologists and other diagnostic imaging professionals as well. Find people, job opportunities in your area, share ideas, discuss the latest topics or even tough cases.

SEEKRadiology is not a search engine in itself [yet], but it is a clever use of some old HTML and new Java Script to ease your search needs. It puts all the relevant and useful search engines into the diagnostic imaging professionals’ hands that may be handy when looking for information on the Web.

Spread the word and make it your homepage today! The latest updates are on the way, so check the site regularly!

– Andras

SeekRadiology: the banner October 23, 2008

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Some of you have been asking for it, so here is the logo for SeekRadiology:

Spread the word and make it your homepage today. Updates are on the way, so check the site regularly.

– Andras

SeekRadiology: 2008 October October 16, 2008

Posted by tomography in Radiology, search engine, SEEKRadiology.
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There are all sorts of search engines that are pertinent to the field of diagnostic imaging such as Goldminer, RadiologySearch and YottaLook. But these are all on a different server with different URL’s so if you want to use all of them at once, you have to have 3 or more windows or tabs open. SeekRadiology is bound to solve just that problem. It is not a search engine in itself, but it is a clever use of some old HTML and new Java Script to ease your search needs. Take a look, and make it your homepage!

Here are the latest upgrades on SeekRadiology:

  • popular search engines added (e.g.:Google, Yahoo, Cuil)
  • bugs fixed, code has been optimized for further developement
  • IE css bug fixed
  • favicon added
  • opacity effect added — works only with FF, Opera, Safari
  • engine name, description and url tooltip added, wz tooltip is developed by Walter Zorn

The more pretty SeekRadiology is available at: www.seekradiology.com

– Andras

SeekRadiology.com is now available September 26, 2008

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There are all sorts of search engines that are pertinent to the field of diagnostic imaging such as Goldminer, RadiologySearch and YottaLook. But these are all on a different server with different URL’s so if you want to use all of them at once, you have to have 3 or more windows or tabs open. SeekRadiology is bound to solve just that problem. It is not a search engine in itself, but it is a clever use of some old HTML and new Java Script to ease your search needs. Take a look, and make it your homepage!

SeekRadiology is now available at: www.seekradiology.com

– Andras