Using a Search Engine
Computer-based global information system. The Internet is composed of many interconnected computer networks. Each network may link tens, hundreds, or even thousands of computers, enabling them to share information with one another and to share computational resources such as powerful supercomputers and databases of information. The Internet has made it possible for people all over the world to effectively and inexpensively communicate with one another. The internet is still a great way to look things up. You can find addresses or recipes, listen to music, or find things to do. You can look up information on hobbies or musical instruments, or read a magazine or newspaper online. If you search the internet on your own, make sure the web site you find is reliable.
The best way to find web sites is to use a search engine. Here are some helpful ones:
Start by typing one or two search terms or keywords that describe your topic. For example “Hectic Capiznon Bloggers 2009” the search engine scans the internet and gives you a list of sites that contain them and you will find information about Hectic Capiznon Bloggers 2009 topics. The results appear in a certain order, or rank. Search engines use different ways of measuring which websites are likely to be the most helpful. The site that’s listed first may not have what you want. Explore as many of the sites as possible. You might have a narrow search by using more keywords. Or trying using directories to help find what you need for Hectic Capiznon Bloggers 2009. Go Capiznon!