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October 23, 2006

Twerq - Tabbed Search Results

Twerq says it's "the evolution of search". Actually the site uses Google and shows a new tab for each search inside the page. That means you can launch simultaneous searches using a single query. If you type bmw ++ citroen ++ chevrolet, Twerq opens each search in a new tab, and you don't even need to have a browser with tabs.

This may be useful if you want to compare the results from similar searches or if you don't want to open too many tabs and clutter your browser.

You can also add an initial part that repeats for each search, like rent// bmw ++ citroen ++ chevrolet. This will open three tabs that search for: rent bmw, rent citroen, rent chevrolet. There's also a repeating end for your query: rent// bmw ++ citroen ++ chevrolet \\in ny



While not cutting-edge, the site has a set of interesting options like: searching feeds and previewing them, saving group of tabs and searches.

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