Blue Squirrel Releases Web Research Products

February 1996
Information Today;Feb1996, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p48
Trade Publication
Product Review
This article evaluates Search and query Uniform Resource Locators (SqURL) products namely SqURL Jr., SqURL and SqURL Plus of Utah-based Blue Squirrel Inc. SqURL not only harnesses the search engines but also allows the user to manage the results. SqURL Jr. is designed for those who would like to try SqURL for light Internet use. SqURL is specialized for Internet users who need access to a larger number of search engines for more comprehensive searches. SqURL Plus is intended for more serious Internet researchers. It contains all of the existing search engine modules and is designed to run automatically on an unattended basis.


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