I write for reviews of online and social media resources for the 'Tech Services on the Web' section of Technical Services Quarterly. I have reviewed DuckDuckGo, Microsoft Academic Research, LinkedIn, and Wolfram|Alpha. The journal aims to keep its readers informed of current developments and future trends in research, developments, and practical implementation of systems and applications of technical services. Contact me for access to #reviews. #socialmedia #writer
DuckDuckGo: An introduction to the anonymous search engine
Duck Duck Go -- This search engine is a great option if you value your privacy above all else. The team behind DuckDuckGo believes in better search functions without tracking its users. Its features include "goodies" (special search queries such as calculations and programming), browser extensions and perhaps most of all, peace of mind.
DuckDuckGo, the search engine that doesn't track you. Check out their community site to help improve DuckDuckGo. Prevent common web tracking methods with add-ons and settings recommended for your browser. http://www.veryshortlist.com/tech/daily.cfm/review/2618/Gadget/PrivacyPlease/?utm_source=Sailthru
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