Just type a word and hit Enter.

What, after all, should a search engine do? And what do I care how it does it?

A good search engine should find what I'm looking for, but perhaps it should also find what I didn't know what I was looking for. And of course it should bring these as the most accessible and prominent results. I have to admit that many engines have taken great strides in refining and improving their performance such that I often actually do find something similar to what I want. But successful searching is a symbiosis of tool and user. As much as I yearn for the day that my searching tools will immediately understand what it is that I want and then bring that to me, over the years I've become more and more convinced that without improving the searching skills of users, and in particular their ability to clearly define what it is they want, and their ability to understand what's worth searching for, most improvements in search engines are wasted.

Go to: Seek and Ye Shall Buy.