Once known as Ask Jeeves, the simple question-and-answer format of Ask allows for natural-language searches. This makes it very user-friendly, especially for those who are less familiar with search engines such as older computer users.
As well as being a search engine, Startpage offers a proxy service that allows you to browse websites anonymously for improved online safety. They even have a custom URL generator that means you can browse without the need to set cookies.
A really interesting feature of this search engine is that it automatically erases your local browsing history after 15 minutes of inactivity. This means that you never have to worry about your privacy, even if someone else has access to your computer.
MetaGer is a metasearch engine that queries up to 50 external search engines, giving variety and depth to its results. It does not take clickthrough rate into account when it processes a query, so results are unfiltered and unbiased. They even offer maps and route-planning without tracking your location.
Infinity Search is an alternative search engine with a special focus on privacy. In fact, Infinity Search does not save what users search for and they do not log any identifiable information about their visitors. To speed up search results, Infinity Search retrieves results from multiple sources and has a sidebar on the results page where users can search for the same thing on many other websites.
The search engine has several built-in integrations, such as stock charts and HTML editors. Something that separates Infinity Search from many other search engines is that they have their own indexes and do not exclusively rely on external sources.
Thanks for your sharing so I could discover many other good search engines except Google and Bing, which I think have push too much unrelated information to me. To keep my work productive, I am trying to stay focused and do not let the irreverent staff to show up in front of my eyes. Bing, for example, has pushed really distracting trends in the homepage. I find Duckduckgo is a very good alternative.
Just like web browsers everyone has a favorite search engine. In my experience Google still has the best relevant results with Bing being very close a lot of the times I have compared the two. DuckDuck Go never found a place in my search tools, I guess mostly I just found their results mixed and not always very good. I always had to dig more with DDG.
A lot of real information is now censored by the big tech companies, I switched over to Duck duck go and I just found out that they are now censoring information too, what is a good search engine that does not block, real scientific, medical and government information ??, thank you, cheers, Joseph
Unreal implements a garbage collection scheme whereby UObjects that are no longer referenced or have been explicitly flagged for destruction will be cleaned up at regular intervals. The engine builds a reference graph to determine which UObjects are still in use and which ones are orphaned. At the root of this graph is a set of UObjects designated as the "root set". Any UObject can be added to the root set. When garbage collection occurs, the engine can track all referenced UObjects by searching the tree of known UObject references, starting from the root set. Any unreferenced UObjects, meaning those which are not found in the tree search, will be assumed to be unneeded, and will be removed.
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Your SPARQL-query helps. I don´t know how to add the item (Thermopolium) to 'Pompeii I.1.9'. Maybe as second "is a" (P31)? There is also 'Hospitium' and 'popina' . Would that be OK? I have written a short bot-script to search in commons:Category:Cultural_heritage_monuments_in_Campania for a picture, but it seems there are no for regio 1, insulae 1. --Molarus 12:44, 30 September 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply] 2b1af7f3a8