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Topic # 23457 30-Jun-2008 10:22
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Hey guys,

I made my own search page to use as a home page several years ago cos I was sick of going to so many different websites to find what I needed.

It has NZ specific searches and detects whether you're browsing from a mobile device & formats the page accordingly (ie. no tables for BlackBerry).

Feel free to try it out:

http://search.grainbox.com/

I'm not "launching" it, just merely saying it's out there in case anyone finds a use for it.

Without making it 10 pages long I'm happy to add anything that at least a couple of ppl say would be helpful to have there.

It's not supposed to be another live.com or Ajax home page where you can enable or disable items you don't use, perhaps that would be fun to have though.

Cheers :)

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  Reply # 141409 30-Jun-2008 10:55
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Nice, added to bookmarks :)




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  Reply # 141430 30-Jun-2008 11:49
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thats handy

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 141448 30-Jun-2008 12:20
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awojtas: I made my own search page to use as a home page several years ago cos I was sick of going to so many different websites to find what I needed.

It has NZ specific searches and detects whether you're browsing from a mobile device & formats the page accordingly (ie. no tables for BlackBerry).

Looks good.  Added to my bookmarks too - will try it out a bit later...

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  Reply # 141786 1-Jul-2008 09:13
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I like.




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