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Sunday, October 15, 2006

Windows Live Search Macros: Create Your Own Search Engine

Much like Rollyo, Windows Live Search Macros allow you to roll your own search engine. It's a short, 4-step process; you just have to provide a list of sites that you want to search over, and you've got yourself a personalized search engine. It's an exciting time: it's seems like every site is offering personalization services from search engines to newsfeeds. I'm actually wondering where Google is in all this.

You can also see what macros other people have created in the gallery.

Create your own search engine here.

(via Lifehacker)


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Some differentiations from Rollyo are described at http://blogs.msdn.com/andyed/archive/2006/10/17/search-macros-recap.aspx

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