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About Fagan Finder

Fagan Finder is a collection of internet tools, mostly for helping you find anything and everything online. See About & Contact or the Fagan Finder Blog for more information.

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  1. December 23, 2010: Updated the audio search tool now that I have revamped the Audio and Music Search page.
  2. November 16, 2010: Changed the real-time search engine from OneRiot to Topsy, as OneRiot has closed their search service.
  3. November 15, 2010: Updated the Google Ultimate Interface to point to the new version and added a link to the Search by Date page which is now separate from that.
  4. October 29, 2010: Removed link to the search engine ultimate interface, which now redirects to the search engines page.
  5. October 28, 2010: Updated a number of search tools to correspond with updates to those pages (search engines and blogs, news, maps, academic (formerly advanced reference), shopping, images, and video. Removed outdated tools including directories, meta search engines, kids search engines, government, and software. Reorganized to add Amazon, Wolfram|Alpha, Wikipedia, real-time search, and book search. Removed a number of outdated links as well.
  6. August 22, 2004: Changed the link from the old Web Page Info Viewer to the new URLinfo tool.
  7. August 6, 2004: Completed moving the home page to new code. Hopefully I haven't broken anything.
  8. August 3, 2004: Fixed a problem with the National Geographic’s MapMachine.
  9. June 2, 2004: The new Quotations section of Fagan Finder has been added.
  10. December 24, 2003: The default video search has been changed to AltaVista.
  11. December 22, 2003: The weather section has moved, and the default weather search tool is now Yahoo!.
  12. April 25, 2003: I was notified that the meta search option was not working. I have now fixed it.
  13. April 17, 2003: Today I upgraded Fagan Finder’s home page to the new format. Which is why this content exists, as all upgraded pages have revision logs, so you can track their changes.