"Lost" Search Engines

In this section I collect information about "lost" search engines. There are some search engines that you won't find in the Internet archive and about which no one seems to have written. And to be honest, sometimes I'm not even sure if these search engines existed or not. But maybe someone else knows more about it.

I'm not sure if Goose ever existed, maybe it was just a test machine for scientific analysis [kd2017].
Liu, H., Lieberman, H., & Selker, T. (2002). GOOSE: A goal-oriented search engine with commonsense. In Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems (pp. 253–263). Springer. Retrieved from https://www.springerlink.com/index/3UT6WFX36D7ACP90.pdf
GOOSE project page https://web.archive.org/web/20141030024911/http://agents.media.mit.edu:80/projects/goose/

Ando was probably a universal search engine, unfortunately there is only one description. The links there do not seem to be correct, so it is not possible to find any information about the Ando offer. But maybe also the Alexa search is meant, which used the Google search at that time.
»AndoSearch, at Alexa, tries to have exactly the same query syntax as google's, the biggest difference is the field restriction options. It has a wealth of parameters and a huge database (modify the stop word threshhold to 100 and count to 1000 for instance... slow but fine!)« (Source)