Goofram Neatly Combines Google and Wolfram Results
Jul 17, 2009 15:41
New mashups appear everyday and Goofram is a mix of Google and Wolfram Alpha. It basically combines both the computational knowledge engine of Wolfram Alpha and Google's search results. Its a great use of course if you're looking for more kinds of information, both on the web and the science behind things.
As soon as Wolfram Alpha launched as a computational knowledge engine, avid searchers hacked up tools to combine its results with standard Google searches. The Goofram site is a clean-looking site that does all that mashing for you.
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