In the beginning the machine used the FAST search technology, today (Oct. 2015) it is only a search interface that leads to Google. It does not have its own search results page, all functionalities (advanced search....) link only to Google.

Language English

Launched 2004
Closed No

Developer CISP, Inc.

Country of Origin US America

2004 - [...] Community ISP

Topic Universal

Region No Limitation

Technical functionalities
Crawler-based, algorithmic SeEn
Search Interface / Search API

Used SeEn FAST (Fast Search & Transfer)
Google Search Engine

Older Version Internet Archive / WebCite

2004: » is an application of FAST Search and Transfer's FAST Search technology. As such, it queries FAST Search's huge database, a collection of Web documents that grows with the Web. Currently, covers more of the Internet than most search engines. Users are discovering Web documents they have never seen before.

Despite's immense size, it's surprisingly quick. Search results are returned in less than a second, thanks to's linear scalability. Linear scalability insures that, no matter how big the Web gets, will still deliver search results in fractions of a second.

But size and speed aren't everything. also uses sophisticated algorithms to sort results for relevancy. The most relevant sites will usually be at the top of the search results. This eliminates scrolling through page after page of unrelated sites, usually a requirement of most search engines.« Source


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Created: 2015-10-03