a webserver directory is an information
a language and all it contains is a cultural space.
a public indexing engine is a vast data space.
|Search them with Spacesearch.|
Get Powered by SpacesearchTo put it another way, if you ever wanted to read all the Maori there was on the web or usenet, you'd come to Spacesearch. If you wanted to surf the web in French, Spacesearch can let you use French interfaces and can also let you search French content, without you having to wander around search engines looking for those that had French interfaces and bookmarking them.
Spacesearch lets you search for information in thirty different languages. For viewing all of these languages, you'll need a variety of non-Roman fonts to show the character sets correctly. Information on supporting multiple languages on the web, with pointers to downloadable fonts, is available.
Spacesearch is subject to modification without notice, and comes with no implicit or explicit warranty or guarantee. Use at own risk. The creator of Spacesearch (Lloyd Wood) provides Spacesearch as a public service and is unable to make guarantees of availability of service across a worldwide network.
I built Spacesearch because I spent a lot of time playing with and using search engines. To learn more about how search engines work, I recommend Search Engine Watch and watching traffic in the comp.infosystems.search newsgroup.
Harnessing the power of heuristic programmingSpacesearch searches only public information. That's why it's so cheap.
Multicultural solutions for an uncaring world
Lastly, Spacesearch is ours. Use it with care. All rights reserved.
Oh, enough of this self-aggrandizing advertising. Just go and use Google instead. We do.
Lloyd Wood (L.Wood@society.surrey.ac.uk)