Penetrate where search engines leave off
Bring back any web file and preview
See all hits at-a-glance
Metrics and ranking the way you want
Be updated anywhere, anytime
Concentrated click-free browsing
Maximum fair-use content access
Easy to create and use specialty agents
How do you sort through all
the flood of sites and web pages to visit?
You already use all the right stuff, you go to your favorite search
engines, specialty sites, and portal search services, and your favorite
bookmarks you revisit regularly. You may even use the advanced search
features at the search engine sites, goodness forbid.
If you're a regular web user who uses search engines,
auction sites, news sources, reads message boards, tracks stocks,
or watches sports, or if you just use the web to download pictures
or music files, Surf3D can supercharge your web life. Surf3D returns
power to the people in web browsing. Surf3D is your on-line automatic
personal web browser.
Just click to load it and go to the web site or results
or link list that you want to selectively harvest and search from,
and at a click you launch agents to get what information and media
you want, and concentrate it the way you want it..
How do you use it?
* You can double click a prepackaged
information agent, and use it while you're at the computer.
* Or you can let the computer do the work in its idle time, and you
can see it work as a screensaver, watching real-time animation of
the network you're searching.
* You can tell your agent what to do, and where to start. Then off
it goes to find, analyze, rank, and format web content into personalized
reports and alerts delivered to wherever you are.
* Or you can interact and use the 3D graphics to navigate to different
sites and web pages. Surf3D is useful, time saving, and FREE!
Surfing the Tsunami
The Web is a immense resource of information and media
content relating to many subjects, including business, entertainment,
education, science, and religion. Improvements in browsers and search
engines and portal and site directories have made the Web accessible
to a large segment of the population. But despite improvements, the
ability of users to readily discover, track, analyze, summarize and
rank information remains more limited and difficult than necessary.
There is just too much good stuff we need to find. Search
engines only get us part way. Portal subject directories only get
us part way. Site search tools are very sketchy. You need to save
time. You want privacy. You want reliability. You need to know when
something particular happens.
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