Author: Amanda K. Bevis
Searching for information on the Web has become an overwhelming task. The Web has migrated from a repository of static information managed only by webmasters. Anyone can publish information on the web in a few minutes using Web 2.0 tools. Many options are available for searching information on the Web that include specific search engines or features specific to locating scholarly information, images, videos or general information that most people access for work or for personal use. Since the Web is no longer static, searches can also be made on up to the minute conversations on anything.
Search Engine in Plain English