Sent to you by Sean McBride via Google Reader: What comes after Google & Wikipedia? Webzzle via AltSearchEngines by Charles Knight on 11/29/08 Why should you use Webzzle? Simply to explore the knowledge Web, the meaning based collaborative Web, with one click.
What can I use Webzzle for? All that you need is an Internet connection and a browser to use the Web Explorer. You can: * Explore the Web and discover new sites, * Search & find high quality information thanks to the use of concepts instead of keywords and thanks to the collaborative work of the community, * Save, organize your knowledge, your best search results, your best addresses, your bookmarks, your favorite images, photos and videos, and qualify them in order to retrieve them very quickly and very easily. Webzzle in 2 minutes (En) View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. Your knowledge : collective intelligence Webzzle enables you to explore the knowledge Web. To make it possible, the contributors save knowledge and qualify it with concepts and Objects. By qualifying, you organize the Web and bring your knowledge to Webzzle. Doing that all, Webzzle enables us to explore, search faster and find more relevant information. Thanks to each one of us, the Web becomes meaning based. Why organize the Web? * Because starting from a Web resource that you qualified, you can explore and discover new Web resources brought by other contributors from Webzzle or Wikipedia, * Because it enables you to find very quickly things already seen and judged “interesting” by yourself or by the contributors, * Because it enables you to improve the quality of the Web & enrich the explorer, * Because it will drive traffic to the qualified Web resources. Source: Webzzle Things you can do from here: - Subscribe to AltSearchEngines using Google Reader - Get started using Google Reader to easily keep up with all your favorite sites