An Index is a list, separating web sites into various categories for your perusal.
A Search Engine is a database tool that allows you to search for words or phrases.
Here is a 'short' list of some of the hundreds of indexes and search
engines available to help you find people, information and files on the
|A relatively new but very cool search engine from Digital offering
WWW and UseNet Searches.
Search the Web for documents in any language
|Offers both search and index services plus news, Cartoons and Columns.
|Search and browse Web pages, Usenet newsgroups, FTP/Gopher sites, and
more! Now beta testing their new search software - iSeek.
Other special Services available from Infoseek
A very full-featured Internet search service offering an extensive Buisness Yellow Pages, Town and City information, People Locator, Government Contact Information, News from CyberSpace and Personalized Premium Services.
|"Google exists to provide the world's best Internet search experience."
|One of the older and more limited search engines. Now incorporates three separate engines, LYCOS, a2z and Point plus a New to the Net section.
|1000s of sites evaluated and rated.
|A truly huge shareware library. Search for, browse, and download public
domain and software - indexed by category and platform type. Subscribe
to Shareware Dispatch and be keep abreast of new arrivals and most popular
files by Email.
Search from more than 250,000 files
Search the top shareware archives
|One of the first and the best WWW Indexes around. A hobby that grew into a career for it's founders David Filo & Jerry Yang.