Have you used Gada.be yet? It is one of the best search engines out there today, as far as metasearch services go these days. You can also add Gada.be’s functionality right into your Firefox searchbar. I can almost guarantee you that once you try it, you will be looking for reasons to use it again.
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I had a little free time to spare today, so I thought I would write up a search plugin for FirefoxFacts.com. It is really easy to drag and drop search engine plugins into Firefox, but just in case anybody doesn’t know, I’ll walk through it with you.
1. Unzip the FFSearchPlugin.zip to your desktop
2. Navigate to your “searchplugins” folder (Usually found in Program Files > Mozilla Firefox > searchplugins)
3. Drag and drop firefoxfacts.src and firefoxfacts.gif into the searchplugins folder
4. Restart Firefox, and have fun searching FirefoxFacts.com!
There might not be too much to search through just yet, but in the future this should become a very helpful resource.
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