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SeekRadiology: upgraded version available August 13, 2008

Posted by tomography in Cuil, Radiology, search engine, SEEKRadiology, Tomographyblogsearch.
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I am proud to present to you the latest version of SEEKRadiology, the Radiology search engine merger project. The old dark and scary looking theme has been throw out of the window, and a new, more friendly design has been applied. A couple more search engines has been added, and all this makes up for yet another upgrade of this project.

Check it out for yourself!

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– Andras


The perfect home page for your browser: SeekRadiology July 11, 2008

Posted by tomography in Tomographyblogsearch, web 2.0.
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I am happy to announce that we have closed yet another chapter in the book of the search page I mentioned to you a while back. This project is the SeekRadiology project and its aim is to bring together all the pertinent search engines in diagnostic imaging on one clear page so that you may use them all at once to find information on the Web.

On the search page, you may now search with:

  • Yottalook
  • Goldminer
  • RadiologySearch
  • X-ray Links
  • and Google

Note that, if you enter your key words into the text box and hit enter, your search will be automatically transferred to Google! If you would like to use any of the above mentioned search engines, just click on the box with their names and your search will be transferred to their websites.

Since you have 4 engines dedicated to finding information regarding dianostic imaging, and you have Google for all your other needs, SeekRadiology is your perfect choice as start page in your browser! Make it your starting point today!

As always, feedback is always appreciated, in fact, embedded in the site is a forum software with which you may leave your feedback on the search page for anybody to see. It takes a bit hunting though :)!


– Andras

Sneak Peak @ TomographyBlogSearch June 17, 2008

Posted by tomography in Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, search engine, Tomographyblogsearch.

I am delighted to offer you a sneak peak at TomographyBlogSearch version 0.2 released just a couple minutes ago! If you have followed the behind the scenes action on this topic you are familiar with the concept behind this search page. If you are not you may read more about this initiative on this page.

Your feedback is welcome, in fact I need your help: Which URL do you think would best fit this project?

Thank you for you feedback in advance! I will keep you posted on this topic!

– Andras

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TomographyBlogSearch in the making June 4, 2008

Posted by tomography in Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, Tomographyblogsearch, web 2.0.

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. TomographyBlogSearch 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.

It is very simple to use: just type your key words in the search box, and then click on the logo of the search engine you wish to use. There is no need to type in your key words again if you wish to switch between the search engines. In my example I used the keyword “MRI.” Your results will open in  new windows, so that you can go back to your original search whenever you need.

The project in still in less than beta mode (titled “SeekRadiology”), so your feedback is warmly welcome, and greatly appreciated. Please let me know if there are other search engines that should be included, or if you just hate this new window popping up thing. I will take all feedback into consideration. The new design with CSS, etc. will be available by the end of this month with real logos.

The URL of the search page may change from time to time, but all up to date information will be available at Tomographyblog.com. Just click on the “Search” tab! Please, let your colleagues know!

– Andras