New Web 2.0 Resources Search Engine From Phil Bradley

Phill Bradley is a world renown expert in new computer technologies and now he announced from his weblog that he has created a new Web 2.0 Resources search engine, using Google Custom Search Engine.

I searched for To-Do computer applications in the Bradley's new search machine and found out tons of computer programs on how to manage your time with "to do lists". Interestingly the results came from various blogs ( Techcrunch , Mashable), Phill's “ I want to” Web 2.0 directory and other highly specialized resources.

For my Emerging Technologies class at Queens Library I used Phill his directory "I want to"- Web 2.0 applications, utilities and resources". As I said in one of my previous posts Phil's directory "is a must reading for everyone involved with emerging technologies." If the new engine is as good as the directory, than both applications must reside on every librarian’s del. ico. us bookmark.

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