1. Protecting children and families online – these sites offer their own kid-friendly searching tools and return G-rated results.
- The KidZui browser was designed to offer kids the same expansive experience adults have on the web.
- Kido’z The kid-friendly and colorful user interface makes KIDO’Z easy and fun to use. Kids can navigate KIDO’Z without needing to know how to read or write.
- Totlol is an online video site that’s powered by YouTube, but is moderated to provide a fun, educational video environment for children.
- ZuiTube say it is the largest video collection for kids anywhere and videos are approved by parents and teachers.
2. Movies and videos – some sites to compare, watch, and use
- Five Best Video-Sharing Sites
- Magma: The Billboard Charts of Video
- Facebook apps for the film buff
- IRS Features Recovery Tax Credits on YouTube, iTunes
3. Let’s search!
- Yahoo’s New Search Clothes — But Will It Help?
- Google Testing Navigational Search Elements
- When It Comes To Search, Bundling Bing In IE Barely Gives It An Advantage
- Twitter Gets More Serious About Search
4. Twitter apps and Twitter news