Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Two more video search tools
- Thanks Jim for sharing this info. I am always looking for videos for my students. I am going out of town for 3 days but when on my return I will take a look at these links ;-)
Jim Duber <jim@...> wrote:
Soon after posting my last message (on Google's beta video search
tool), I came across a couple more which, unlike Google, search for
content on the internet.
Yahoo has a tool in beta testing at:
And, there's another, called SingingFish that bills itself as
an"audio/video search engine". See:
From my limited testing, I'd say Yahoo's works better than
SingingFish--at least in returning the results of video files
on my site (which I find a bit strange since my referrer
logs have been showing all kinds of activity from
SingingFish robots over the past 6 months or so.
Anyway, it's nice to see these tool coming online.
All the best,
duber dot com
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