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Contents

Introduction

The Web & the Internet

Web Browsers

URLs

Searching the Web

Simple Searches

Advanced Searches

Meta Searches

News Searches

Reference Searches

Government Searches

Blog Searches

Deep Web Searches

Discussion Group Searches

Chat and MOO Searches

Using Web Directories

Browsing Categories

Searching Categories

Browsing the Web

 

How to Search the Web

Conducting a Blogs Search

Blogs—short for weblogs—consist of chronologically ordered entries on a Web site and most closely resemble entries in a diary or journal. Blog entries typically include a title and a text message, and can also include images, audio, video, and other types of media. Many entries include links to other pages on the Web.

A number of search sites specialize in searches for information on Blogs. You can find a list of Blog search sites in the Bedford Research Room's Links pages.

In this demonstration, we'll conduct a search using Bloogz, a leading Blogs search site. To begin this demonstration, click on the Continue button.

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