Our network blog AltSearchEngines has just launched a great new sub-site, called The Search Race. It is a brand new format for the monthly Top 100 Alternative Search Engines, starting with the April list today. The Search Race is a fully linked version of the Top 100, a long-requested feature. But even better, the community can vote for and rank the Top 100! You can also submit new alt search engines, comment on them, etc. Check The Search Race out, it is very impressive. It's also a nice complement to today's Day Without Google, in which you are encouraged to try out new search engines for the day.
Congrats to Wes Long of Twerq for building The Search Race and ASE editor Charles Knight for the continual inspiration that the Top 100 provides.
Here's how The Search Race works:
1) You need to sign up for a free Search Race account before you can vote.
2) You can vote for as many search engines as you like, but you cannot vote for a single search engine more than once.
3) You can submit new search engines.
4) The Search Race will continue until we get to the Search Engine of the Year.