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  Factbites - A New Type of Search
The results that Factbites generates are still extracts from web pages, but they are of far higher quality than the summaries that main stream web search engines provide.
By focusing the technology on passages that make statements about the topic being searched for, the user experiences a far richer response.
It should be noted that this type of interface has the potential to change the way in which searches are performed
Matthew Hurst, Director of Research, Intelliseek

  Top 5 alternative search engines
Every site is described by up to three meaningful, complete sentences from the site in question.
This means that you can often gain information on a topic without having to leave the search page.
And when you select a page, you can have much more confidence that the page deals with your topic.
Pandia Search Engine News

This search engine provides facts from traditional reference sources in a simple, easy-to-read format.
Covers a wide range of topics from the Pythagorean Theory to inventor Garrett A. Morgan.
An excellent resource for students.
MPLIC Reference Highway

  FactBites Search Engine Encyclopedia Hybrid
Rather than focusing on link-based technology like Google, Factbites looks into the tone and subject matter of the given topic.
It seeks out authoritative and informative content, preferring encyclopedia-style fact-based descriptions to the chatty, spammy and inconsequential.
Search Engine Journal

  New Search Engines
Factbites is very nifty.
It gives you factual information (no surprise there!) from a vaRiety of different sources.
Very useful for fast, factual answers.
Phil Bradley's website

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