If you are like most people when you want to search the Internet, chances are good that you log onto www.Google.com. Google does its job so well that its name has become synonymous with the word “search” -- “I Googled my name…”
(The verb Google was officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary this year.)
There’s another smaller but noteworthy search engine that takes what Google does one step further. The website www.clusty.com organizes its search results into clusters, making it easier to find what you want.
When I searched on the website for Baby Boomers, Clusty returned five million search results from ten different search engines, showing me the top 195 results.
But Clusty also clustered those top results into categories like generation, born 1946 and 1964, retirement and aging, thus lessening the time I would spend going through all the entries.
When I searched for NFL football, the clusters listed by Clusty were tickets, betting, picks, fantasy, coach, NFL teams and NFL players.
Give Clusty.com a try and see what you think.