SUMMARY: Curious to see what others look for on the Internet?
Curious to see what's on the mind of other Internet searchers? The Dogpile metasearch engine has a feature called SearchSpy that lets you get a glimpse of terms others use when searching the web.
After visiting the SearchSpy page on Dogpile, you can choose whether or not to view a filtered or unfiltered list of search results. Be forewarned that the 'filtered' results may not clean up everything that is unsafe for kiddies.
Once you have made a selection, a list of recently-used search queries will scroll along the screen. If you see a search query that you find interesting, just click it and the results will appear in a new browser window.
This is an interesting way to see the variety of terms people use when searching the web. While researching this tip, I noticed queries for the following diverse range of subjects. Your results will vary:
* 19th century italian ceramics
* ancient greek manuscripts
* famous restaurant recipes
* information+hdmi cables
* seattle, wa
* wrestling shoes
SearchSpy - http://www.dogpile.com/info.dogpl/searchspy/ - or you can click the "SearchSpy" link on Dogpile's front page.
Return to the Dogpile Search page.
The MalekTips website was created in 1998 by Andrew Malek of Envision Programming. The page's goal is to freely disperse computer-related tips, hints, and informative articles. Tips are organized to be easy to find, and are presented clearly, in easy-to-understand language.