1. It uses the
2. I feel that the revel-ency of the results is better than Google.
3. It does not save any of your search results or your IP address so your are searching in private and you don’t have to worry about search information been sold to advertisers.
Try it out for yourself, I thing you will be pleased. Oh one more thing, I did 3 shopping related searches and duckduckgo found better prices than Google shopping.
Click here to give it a try.
Update 6-27-2010, Gabriel Weinburg from Duckduckgo recently informed me that they do not use the Google API but use Boss/Bing API instead.
The MPAA has finally won the battle and now your choices for video contact on TV via cable will be limited. The FCC has succumbed to the high dollar lobbyist from the MPAA and has agreed to the “Selectable Output Control” (SOC) meaning that they, not you, can choose what can be recorded on your own TV. This is a sad day for consumer rights.
Michael Weinberg of Public Knowledge said “it is frustrating when somewhere like the Media Bureau of the FCC, which should be looking out for the public interest, accepts “because we want it, and we are studios” as a compelling reason to screw millions of Americans.”
“If this proves anything else, it’s that regulators have been bought and sold by the very industry’s they are suppose to regulate. If you didn’t believe it before, this case should add to a mountain of evidence that proves it. (Zeropaid.com)
To read the complete story and how sad this really is click this link.Read More
The history of motorcycle flat track racing has been all about one manufacture, Harley Davidson. Recently this 17 year dominance has been broken by Ducati.
Last Saturday in Arizona, a Ducati finished first at the Yavapai Downs Mile. It was a sad day for Harley for this long tradition has finally been broken. Long live the racing traditions. The full story of the race is available here.Read More
Wired Science has some great pictures takes from the shuttle and other space vehicles that show very interesting cloud formations. These formations form some interesting patterns. Click the link to view these cool pictures.Read More
If you have been around computers and technology over 20 years you will appreciate these old TV commercials for some of the old computers and software of years ago. If you were born in the video game and Internet generation, have a look of what we had in the years past. Personally I like the VIC20 add. It really fit the late 70′s and early 80′s.
Take the time to view the old commercials and let me know your favorite in the comments. Old TV tech commercialsRead More
What kind of question is, are you rich? I am rich in blessings and health.
This question is about your wealth as compared to the wealth of all the people in the world. How do you measure up? Where do you stand in the rankings? You will be surprised when you visit this site. Don’t be afraid, check your standings.
Are you rich?
The June issue of Consumer Reports has an article on what annoys travelers the most and as you would expect the airlines are on the top of the list. My biggest problems with the airlines is right on the top of the list, luggage fees.
Click the link for the full chart.Read More
I want to thank all the mother’s out their on their special day for all they do for us. We do really appreciate you even if we don’t tell you every day.
For all you Mothers’ out their this site is for you Mother’s Day Central>Read More
Most all sites that sell movies such as Amazon, Blockbuster have one major problem. They support the studios that use DRM to protect you from being able to copy a movie you purchased. This site is an exception. All the movies they sell are DRM FREE! They deserve your support for supporting user rights and not the rights of the RIAA.
Please look to this site FIRST when looking for a movie to purchase on download. Their selection is very good with a lot of lesser known movies that are worth owning and viewing.Read More