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>just duckduckgo it
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>just duckduckgo it
Really?
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'Just search for it'. Please don't advertise your search engine when suggesting others to look something up.
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>>52509742
>just man it.
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>not using "just duck it"
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Dogpile is best, btw.
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they need a better term for it.

maybe duck it or something like that.
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>look it up
There
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>>52510061
Top tier
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>>52510279
This.
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>>52509742
>duck duck go
That fucking name
I'm ashamed when I open it
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>>52510061
came here to say this
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just search.yahoo.com it
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>just GNU plus Linux it
really?
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>>52510061
Gonna use that from now on.
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>>52511105
Let me just interject, what you call GNU plus Linux is... Correct, carry on.
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Why the distinction? "Google it" works regardless of the search engine you use.
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>>52511220
>>52510279 is the most generic form, not only does it work for all search engines, but it also works for paging through websites & manuals manually
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>>52511982
Look it up is ambiguous whereas "Google it" means specifically to search for something in a search engine.
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>>52512022
Do you really need to use a search engine though? If you have the documentation on your disk, you would just look it up there.
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just use the AOL keyword, broheim
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>>52509742
Why don't they change the name to something less embarrassing? Something like freeSearch or libreSearch
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>cuckcuckgo
cuck service for cucks
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>>52512882
Elaborate
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>>52512910
my husband's daughter uses it
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literally browser-fedora
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>>52509834
this
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>>52512882
rofl
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Just use any search engine website.
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>>52509742
No
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>>52513930
DELETE THIS
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>>52512849
>rescue rangers on nes

fucking loved that game.
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Just startpage it
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>>52513525
Filter bubble

A filter bubble is a result of a personalized search in which a website algorithm selectively
>guesses what information a user would like to see based on information about the user (such as location, past click behavior and search history) and,
>as a result, users become separated from information that
>disagrees with their viewpoints,
>effectively isolating them in their own cultural or ideological bubbles.

Prime examples are Google Personalized Search results and Facebook's personalized news stream. The term was coined by internet activist Eli Pariser in his book by the same name; according to Pariser, users get less exposure to conflicting viewpoints and are isolated intellectually in their own informational bubble. Pariser related an example in which one user searched Google for "BP" and got investment news about British Petroleum while another searcher got information about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and that the two search results pages were "strikingly different".[3][4][5][6] The bubble effect may have negative implications for civic discourse, according to Pariser, but there are contrasting views suggesting the effect is minimal and addressable.
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>>52512914
I see what you did there
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>>52515174
:^)
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Just duck my shit up.
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>>52515195
(C:)
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>>52515210
>mfw I remember that thread
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>ask Jeeves
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>>52515230
wow. tell me everything please
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>>52509742
>not using startage
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>>52510262
They actually use duck it, I think if you hover over the duck in their homepage it says duck it, I'm on mobile so I can't check
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>>52515470
i checked, alright i'll use that now.
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HotBot master race reporting in.
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>>52509742

> just yandex it, faggot
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>>52516383
does it search in other dimensions?
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