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Featured Link - ChunkIt! Web Search Assistant
By Robert Kraft
I got an e-mail ad for this product, and it actually looks as if it
might be helpful for Internet searches. Here's a quote from the ad:
It's called ChunkIt
and it's a FREE browser search tool you can add to your Web page to
make searching easier on every Web site. For example, if you are
searching for something specific or with multiple search terms that's
not coming up in your searches, ChunkIt pulls up the "chunk" of the
page that mentions all your search terms together and highlights them,
without you having to click on one link at a time to find the result
you are looking for. ChunkIt makes it quick and easy to find exactly
what you are looking for instead of wasting time digging through
countless words, pages and links. Below is a link to the ChunkIt Cool
Examples page where you can see more details about how this helps you
to search any documents and Web sites online, and where you can also
download it and try it out.
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