출처 : http://netforbeginners.about.com/od/peersharing/a/torrent_search_2.htm

     
  1. Torlock: Torlock is special. These folks actually pay their users commission for uncovering fake torrents and reporting it to their community. In a world of phony files, this is a tremendous service. If you are a regular downloader, and are tired of wasted downloads and fraudulent files, give Torlock a try.
     
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  3. TorrentHound: at over 4.7 million torrents, TorrentHound is one of the largest players in the torrent P2P game. The site does enforce good use of 'white space' in the sidebars, so scanning the pages can be easier for most readers. Unfortunately, the comments counts are not included in the initial search results, so you'll have to click into the individual files to see reader comments.
     
  4. SeedPeer.me: SeedPeer is a very large database of over 3 million torrent files. The search interface is simple, and the keyword cloud map helps as a discovery means to find interesting movies, tv shows, and music artists. Fans speak very highly of SeedPeer, so do consider trying it out.
     
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  6. H33T.com: This is a substantial library of torrents, exceeding 4 million indexed files as of November 2012.  The black background isn’t for everyone’s tastes, but the volume of movies and music and tv shows make this a worthwhile destination. Beware the popup advertising, though… advertisers definitely believe that H33T is worth advertising at.
     
  7. BitSnoop.com: is the largest known database of torrents today.  With over 18 million indexed files, one could argue that this is the only site you'd need to search at.  Try BitSnoop for yourself and see how it presents its results with its comments and ratings... you might like this site as much as other readers do.

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  9. Isohunt.com: Isohunt is a longtime site that has earned both the respect of P2P users everywhere...and the negative attention of the recording industry. While being sued by the CRIA, the Isohunt team fights to continue its solid service. The Isohunt community helps by monitoring itself for fake files. When choosing your torrents, definitely read the user comments, and only trust those files that have earned multiple green positive replies at Isohunt. Avoid any torrents that have red font numbers and negative comments, and you should be have good experiences at Isohunt. NOTE: adult advertising has become very prevalent at Isohunt, but if you can put up with the skimpily-clad girls, this site continues to be one of the true standout torrent services.
     
  10. New: What It's Like to Be a Torrent P2P Administrator - See About.com's interview with Jack, the co-owner of Torlock.com.

  11. 1337X.org: This is a very clean-looking site, with a nice presentation of the comment count for each of your search results. The database is less than a million torrents as of November 2012, but several readers have recommended 1337X.

  12. TorrentDownloads.Net: with over 6 million torrent files in its catalog, this site is considered the second-largest torrent index on the Web today. To help you navigate the sheer magnitude of its database, TorrentDownloads also publishes a filter to see only those torrents that have passed verification testing.

  13. VCDQ.com: VCDQ.com isn't technically a torrent search site; rather, VCDQ specializes in verifying torrents. VCDQ employs a committee of serious users to confirm that torrents do indeed exist for thousands of titles, especially brand new movie releases. Use VCDQ to confirm that a title is available, then copy the torrent name to paste into a search engine like Isohunt.com. Definitely give VCDQ.com a try; this is a great resource for avoiding fake torrent files.

  14. Vertor: this torrent service claims to filter out bad torrents, viruses, DRM locks, passwords, and fakes.

  15. Kick Ass Torrents (KAT.ph): this site is a favorite with a growing community. The interface is a distinctive earth color, and the search results display in a useful format of columns, including torrent health. The best part of Kick Ass Torrents is their comment and feedback system... the user community watches the quality of torrents, and offers their recommendations and warnings.

  16. Torrent Funk: Torrent Funk is a very popular torrent search site that now supports commenting. While Torrent Funk also supports 'verified status' tagging, which some people prefer to comments. The interface can be difficult to discern between sponsored ads and the actual torrent links. But the Torrent Funk site layout is pleasing, the cross- movie recommendations are very helpful, and several About.com readers highly recommended Torrent Funk. Give this site a try, and watch if it will grow over time.

  17. TAKE.FM: Take is a smaller library than other torrent search sites, but the community here strives to keep the torrent quality high and the fake torrents out. Like most successful torrent sites, TAKE does not store the actual music and movie files on their servers, and instead focuses on helping its members find their sources elsewhere. Try TAKE out and let us know if you like their service.

  18. Monova.org: this service is another example of clean and simple interface style. Additionally, Monova goes beyond torrents to also index newsgroup sites (e.g. alt.binaries.highspeed), which can sometimes be faster than torrent swarm downloads. Advertising is as unobtrusive as possible on the Monova pages themselves. Popup adult advertising will be a turn off for some users, but if you can work around that, this search service has a strong catalog of modern torrents.

  19. RARBG.com: RARBG is a very small torrent site, with less than a half-million torrents in its index. Nevertheless, 4 users at About.com have recommended that RARBG be a community on your search for good P2P experiences. Perhaps try them and give us feedback on if agree with their opinions of the service.

16.   LimeTorrents: LimeTorrents looks like most other torrent sites: tabular lists of torrents, with girly porn advertising in the sidebars. But LimeTorrents does have a growing database of nearly 2 million torrents, and multiple readers speak highly of the quality of seeds and legit files in the Lime catalog.

17.   FullDLS: at over 2.5 million torrents, FullDLS is one of the larger torrent search sites today. The advertising is a bit cumbersome, and you’ll have difficulty finding what is worth clicking and what is just sponsored banner advertising. But the site is recommended by readers, and the search catalog does have popular files.

18.   ThePirateBay.se: since being shut down in 2009, The Pirate Bay refuses to stay down. This latest TPB Swedish domain name version claims to have over 1.5 million torrents available. The servers themselves are constantly changing location to stay ahead of the authorities, and this seems to make the website experience inconsistent for speed. If you don't mind repeatedly checking back because The Pirate Bay is sometimes slow to render, definitely support this longtime P2P icon as it tries to rebuild its former glory.

19.   Torrent Crazy: this P2P site is very good for non-English language movies and music. If you're seeking Italian, Russian, French, and files in other European languages, consider trying Torrent Crazy.

20.   Torrents.to: this site has a Tonga country domain name, but certainly offers plentiful metasearching of movies and music in English and Spanish. There are some popup advertisements that are annoying, but perhaps you might like the framed interface for searching other torrent sites.

21.   Thunderbytes: this private site is a smaller community, which is good for reducing the number of false torrents. You can join Thunderbytes by either getting sponsored by an existing member, or by becoming a donating sponsor yourself.

22.   Fenopy.eu: has some compelling features. Fenopy has a Spartan and clean interface, and a portion of its library is dedicated to verified torrents. Easy sorting of the tabular results and a catalog of the most popular torrents will please most users. Advertising does pop up and distract, but no more than other torrent sites. Definitely give Fenopy.eu a try.

23.   TorrentZap: at ~2 million torrents indexed, TorrentZap is not as large of a catalog as other torrent search engines (e.g. Fenopy.eu has over 5 million torrents). And, as with all sites, you need to endure advertising at TorrentZap to keep it a no-cost service. But the interface is clean, bright, and easy to navigate. Try this site out, skip past the 'external search results' to find the real torrents at TorrentZap, and let us know what you think.

24.   Nowtorrents.com: Now Torrents (allegedly) offers a special service: it filters out fake/dead torrents. It also offers date-range searching, so you can search for specific years of content (e.g. Flight of the Conchords, 2008).

25.   ExtraTorrent.com: ExtraTorrent.com is very visual and very busy. But the thumbnails and file information at this site are tremendous. This site is definitely worth trying, as it is very browsing-friendly for discovering movies and music artists.

26.   Torrentz.com: this metasearch engine may look a bit amateurish, but it works well. It conveniently scours other torrent search sites for you, arguably saving you 20 minutes of search time when you are seeking that one particular song or movie.

27.   Torrentcafe.com: this site needs to grow its user base some more. But Torrentcafe comes highly recommended by several About.com readers, so please give it a try and let us know how you like it.

28.   btscene.com: btscene is a longtime player in the file sharing game. This website does have annoying popups and adult advertising, but it does offer a solid library of torrents. It does a good job of featuring very recent torrents (good for people who follow television shows), and presenting many browsing choices at a glance.

29.   Toorgle.com: Toorgle is a torrent metasearch engine based on Google technology. Like any metasearch service, your searches result from multiple other search engines on the Web. Toorgle retrieves the location of these files for you as a kind of matchmaking service. It's quick to use and can help you find rare or obscure torrents. Just make sure you are careful in which torrent you choose at Toorgle; because Toorgle will show results from dodgy torrent sites, take the time to check that a torrent has positive comments and is verified by users before you download. Careful and experienced users comment that Toorgle can be very helpful, if you know how to pick the good torrents from the bad.

30.   YourBitTorrent.com: this site has gone through changes over the years. The sponsored download links are annoying, especially for beginners who are not used to visually filtering out the paid advertising links. But readers at About.com have spoken highly of this site. If you are an intermediate or advanced downloader, visit YouBitTorrent and decide for yourself if you like the interface.

 


 

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구글웹사이트에서 또 재미난 Easter Egg 를 내 놓았다.

검색어로 let it snow 라고 입력하고 검색하면,

눈이 내린다 ㅎㅎ

눈이 내리면서 점점 창문에 습기가 차듯이 뿌얘진다.


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www.google.com 에 들어가면, 아래에서 보듯이 기존의 메인화면 디자인은 웹페이지 최상단에 메뉴가 있다.



별다른 부가기능 설치없이 화면 구성을 아래와 같이 바꿔 보려 하는 것이다.





검색어를 입력하면, 아래와 같이 검색어 입력박스가 위로 올라간다.





<< 하는 방법 >>

1. 웹브라우저에서 영문 구글웹(www.google.com)에 접속한다.
   (한글 구글웹 www.google.co.kr 도 됨. 글 하단에 참고)

2. '웹 콘솔창' 을 띄운다.
Firefox  : CTRL+SHIFT+K
Chrome : CTRL+SHIFT+J
IE         : F12

3.. 아래 코드를 복사해서 붙여넣은후 엔터키
    - 주의) 아래 코드는 한줄이다. 티스토리버그로, 한줄을 그대로 복사했더니, 글이 짤려서 어쩔수 없이, 2 줄로 작성했다.
               아래 코드를 복사후 ,메모장에 붙여넣으면, 2줄로 나오니 한줄로 만든후, 웹콘솔창에 입력해야 한다.
document.cookie="PREF=ID=03fd476a699d6487:U=88e8716486ff1e5d:FF=0:LD=en:CR=2:
TM=1322688084:LM=1322688085:S=McEsyvcXKMiVfGds; path=/; domain=.google.com";window.location.reload();

4. 구글웹페이지 자동으로 리로딩되고 나면, 바뀐 디자인을 보게 될 것이다.


<< 원래대로 돌아가는 방법 >>

원래의 구글웹페이지 디자인으로 돌아가려면, 쿠키를 삭제하면 된다.

1. 설정 - 개인정보 - 쿠키보기 를 누른후, 쿠키관리자 창에서 '모두삭제' 버튼 클릭



2. 모든 쿠키 삭제가 불가한 경우, 검색에 'google.com' 입력후, 아래 그림처럼 쿠키이름이 'PREF' 인 쿠키만 삭제


3. 웹페이지 새로고침



<< 한글 구글웹(www.google.co.kr) 도 바꿔보자 >>

방법은 동일한데, 코드값에서 google.com 을 google.co.kr 로 바꿔 주면 된다. 여타 다른 국가의 구글웹역시도 마찬가지이다.
(아래 코드 역시 2줄이므로, 한줄로 변경해야됨)

document.cookie="PREF=ID=03fd476a699d6487:U=88e8716486ff1e5d:FF=0:LD=en:CR=2:
TM=1322688084:LM=1322688085:S=McEsyvcXKMiVfGds; path=/; domain=.google.co.kr";window.location.reload();
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구글에서 또 새로운 장난감을 만들었네요 ^^

Google Gravity

굳이 해석하면, 구글 중력 이라고 ㅎㅎㅎㅎ

벌써 감이 오신 분도 계실지 모르겠군요..

별다른 설명하지 않겠습니다. 몸소 체험하는게 재밌겠죠..
(사실 재미도 없고, 크게 신기하지도 않네요 --)

Google Gravity 페이지를 직접 들어가려면 두가지 방법이 있습니다.

아래 Google Gravity 사이트를 클릭


또 다른 방법은 다소 번잡합니다.

1. 구글 웹검색 설정(페이지 우측 상단 톱니모양) 들어가서,

Google Instant predictions을 OFF 시킨후, 저장

또는, 구글한국(www.google.co.kr) 에서는 Google 순간 검색 사용안함 에 체크후, 저장


2. 검색어로 google gravity 입력후, 'i'm feeling Lucky 클릭



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  1. 구글에 들어갔는데 안되네요...... 컴퓨터가 이상한건가아님 내가 이상한건가...

  2. 국윤상 2017.03.01 22:05 신고

    컴퓨터만 되나요??

  3. 뀨쯰 2017.07.06 19:47 신고

    검색어가 안 떨어져요

구글의 검색연산자에 대해서는 익히 알려져 있기에, 쉽게 자료를 찾을 수 있으나, 야후, msn 등과 같은 검색엔진에서 제공되는 검색연산자에 대한 자료는 찾기 쉽지 않았는데, 마침 구글의 검색연산자를 중심으로 비교된 자료가 있는 것을 발견했다.
아쉽게도, 우리나라의 대표적인 다음, 네이버등에서는 이러한 고급 검색 연산자가 제공되고 있지 않는듯 하다..

몇가지 검색할때 유용한 옵션들에 대해서는 이전 글에서 포스팅을 하였기에 궁금하신 분들은 참고 하기 바라며...


출처 : http://www.bruceclay.com/newsletter/1004/seoperators.html

Google Yahoo MSN Gigablast Search Terms Search Results SEO Applications
site: site: or domain: or hostname: site: site: url All pages within a particular domain and all its subdomains if you search without the www. To see how many webpages the search engine has indexed.
cache:       url The cached version of a page. To see the search engine’s cache of a particular page.
info: or id:       url Links to the cached webpage, inbound links to that page, related webpages and pages that contain the webpage URL. To see several types of information that Google has about a page.
  url:   url: url The listing for that specific URL in the index. (Note: You must type in http://.) To see if a particular URL is indexed.
      ip: 123.12.123 keyword Pages that contain your keyword inside an IP range. To see if duplicate content sites or spam sites exist in the same IP range as your client’s site.
related:       url Pages that are "similar" to a specified URL To see a small indication of what Google considers to be "related" content.
link: link: link: link: url Pages that link to a particular URL (Note: In yahoo, must use http://.) To see the number and quality of inbound links to your client’s site and their competitor’s sites.
        −link: Pages that contain your keyword and do not link to the specified URL. To identify relevant sites that do not link to your competitor’s site.
  linkdomain:     url Pages that link to a particular domain (Note: Do not type in http://.) To see the number and quality of inbound links to your whole website in Yahoo.
filetype: or ext: originurlextension:   type: filetype keyword Pages of a specific filetype that contain your keyword. To analyze your competition’s use of PDFs, Flash files, Word documents or Excel files.
define: define:     keyword Pages that contain your keyword inside definition tags. To analyze your competition’s use of definition lists.
allintitle:       keyword keyword Pages that contain all your keywords in their title tag. To analyze your competition’s title tags.
intitle: intitle: or title:   title: keyword Pages that contain your keyword in their title tag. To analyze your competition’s title tags.
allinurl:       keyword keyword Pages that contain all your keywords in their url. To analyze your competition’s urls.
inurl: inurl:   suburl: keyword Pages that contain your keyword in their url. To analyze your competition’s urls.
  originurlpath:     keyword Pages that have the keyword inside their directory names. To analyze your competition’s directory names.
allinanchor:       keyword keyword Pages that have inbound links that contain your all your keywords. To analyze your competition’s inbound anchor text.
inanchor:       keyword Pages that have inbound links that contain your keyword. To analyze your competition’s inbound anchor text.
allintext:       keyword keyword Pages that have body text that contains your all your keywords. To analyze your competition’s body text.
intext:       keyword Pages that have text that contains your keyword. To analyze your competition’s body text.
  stem     keyword Pages that contain the keyword and the keyword with different endings. To analyze your competition’s use of stemming.
      keyword Pages that contain the keyword and synonyms for the keyword. To analyze your competition’s use of synonyms.

Plus, Yahoo has additional feature: and region: operators that let you search for a keyword within a website with certain features or inside a specific region.

Yahoo Search Terms Search Results
feature:acrobat keyword Pages that contain your keyword and links to Adobe Acrobat files.
feature:applet keyword Pages that contain your keyword and embedded Java applets.
feature:activex keyword Pages that contain your keyword and ActiveX controls or layouts
feature:audio keyword Pages that contain your keyword and links to audio files.
feature:flash keyword Pages that contain your keyword and Flash files or links to Flash files.
feature:form keyword Pages that contain your keyword and use forms.
feature:frame keyword Pages that contain your keyword and use frames.
feature:homepage keyword Pages that contain your keyword and are seen as personal pages because they use a tilde ~ in their directory structure.
feature:image keyword Pages that contain your keyword and gif, jpg and other image files.
feature:javascript keyword Pages that contain your keyword and JavaScript.
feature:index keyword Home pages that contain your keyword.
feature:meta keyword Pages that contain your keyword and meta tags. (Note: This does not show if sites have the keyword in their meta tags.)
feature:script keyword Pages that contain your keyword and embedded scripts.
feature:shockwave keyword Pages that contain your keyword and links to or has embedded shockwave files.
feature:table keyword Pages that contain your keyword and tables.
feature:video keyword Pages that contain your keyword and links to or embedded video files.
feature:vrml keyword Pages that contain your keyword and link to VRML files.

Yahoo Search Terms Search Results
region:africa keyword Pages that contain your keyword with African country extensions.
region:asia keyword Pages that contain your keyword with Asian country extensions.
region:centralamerica keyword Pages that contain your keyword with Central American country extensions.
region:downunder keyword Pages that contain your keyword with Australian, New Zealand and other country extensions.
region:europe keyword Pages that contain your keyword with European country extensions.
region:mediterranean keyword Pages that contain your keyword with Mediterranean country extensions.
region:mideast keyword Pages that contain your keyword with Mideastern country extensions.
region:northamerica keyword Pages that contain your keyword with North American country extensions.
region:southamerica keyword Pages that contain your keyword with South American country extensions.
region:southeastasia keyword Pages that contain your keyword with Southeast Asian country extensions.

Official Search Engine Operator Pages

Most search engines list advanced operators on their websites, just not to the extent that we have listed them above. If you have have never worked with advanced operators before, you should definitely check out:

for examples and searching tips directly from the search engines.


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Google based torrent search engine.

http://www.google.com/cse?cx=003849996876419856805:erhhdbygrma&ie=UTF-8&q=&sa=Search
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제목그대로, 구글 검색을 통해 해당 사이트의 서브도메인 정보를 알아내기 위함이다.

지난 글에도 잠깐 언급을 하였지만, -www site:사이트주소 와 같이 검색을 하여도

서브도메인정보를 획득할 수는 있지만, 사실 브라우저를 통해 검색한 결과는 불필요한 정보까지 포함이 되어 있어

서브도메인정보만을 획득하는데는 다소 불편함이 있다. 아래 그림처럼 말이다.


내가 원하는 정보는 저위 검색결과중 URL  정보(서브도메인주소) 이기 때문에
다른 정보들은 사실 불필요하다

이를 해결해줄 도구가 바로 dnsenum.pl 이다.




http://code.google.com/p/dnsenum/
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Google Squared (http://www.google.com/squared) 서비스는 미래의 검색엔진이 추구해야될 방향을 제시하는 듯 하다.
아직은 정식서비스가 아니다 보니, 부족한 부분도 많고 오류도 종종 발생이 되고 있긴 하나,
정말 놀라운 서비스가 아닐 수 없다.
두말할 필요없이 직접확인을 해보자,

검색어로 baseball players 를 입력해보자. 아래 결과를 보면 놀라울 따름이다.


소녀시대를 검색한 결과이다. 아직 한글 검색결과는 만족스럽지 못해 보인다.


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기본 검색
검색하고자 하는 것이 google search 라고 하자
즉 검색어 한칸띄고 검색어 라고 하였을 경우, 이는 두개의 검색어가 포함되어 있는 검색결과를 보인다.
이는,

google search
google+search
google or search

위 세가지 검색은 모두 동일한 검색결과를 보여준다.

만일, google or search 이 글자 그대로 정확한 순서대로 검색어가 포함된 결과를 보고싶을 경우,

"google or search" (큰따옴표google or search큰따옴표)

구글은 검색어에 대한 자동맞춤법을 사용한다. 즉 gogle 라는 검색어를 사용할경우, 구글은 자동으로 google 라는 검색어로 검색된 결과를 보여준다.
gogle 라는 검색어로 검색을 하고자 할 경우,

+gogle
"gogle"
gogle -google

위 세가지 검색은 모두 동일한 검색결과를 보여준다.
위에 사용된 -google 처럼 -검색어 의 경우, 해당검색어를 제외한 검색결과를 보여준다.

특정 사이트(도메인)를 지정하고 검색할경우, 예를 들어 다나와 웹서버에서 제공되고 있는 아이폰 정보를 검색하고자 할경우,

아이폰 site:danawa.com

만일, 다나와의 아이폰 뉴스정보만 검색하고자 했을경우라면 원하는 검색결과를 얻기 힘들것이다.
그럴경우,

아이폰 site:news.danawa.com

또한, 다나와에는 많은 하위 도메인들이 존재하고 있다. 다나와의 하위도메인주소들을 알고자 할경우,

site:danawa.com

이는 사실 URL  정보뿐만 아닌 기타 정보들도 포함되어 있어, URL 정보만 빼내기 위해서는 별도의 도구를 이용해야 한다.

영화정보 검색

movie:영화제목

노래정보 검색

music:곡명

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