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All your databases belong to you
June 4, 2008, 4:06 pm
Filed under: Re-search | Tags: , , , ,

There is a new concept in the formation. ISEN (Internet Search Environment Number). It may end the problem of indexing the databases, which are the main knowledge blocks of the ‘deep web’.

ISEN is the database of databases. Just like every book has its own ISBN , every database will get its own ISEN.

Databases are catalogued by the professionals in the concerned field. ISEN people say,

Then we would create a database of databases or search engine only for databases. Your hit list would only be databases instead of PDF files, blog postings and random HTML files. We pull out the databases. The hits you get would be the interface to databases which provides access to upwards of 500 to 650 times the amount of information available on the “surface web” indexed by the major search engines. ISEN reveals the what is called the “deep web”.

I have joined the Friends of ISEN list.

ISEN Blog gives a platform for interaction.

 

 

 

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Comment by Matthew Theobald

NEW Promotional Internous/ISEN Video Released.
April 21st, 2009
Over the last couple months Andrew Benninghoff and Matt Theobald worked on an animation to communicate how ISEN works. Voice work by Jennifer Eisner. Andrew completed the movie as an internship with Internous through the MIME program at the Indiana University School of Telecommunications in Bloomington. Thanks to Thom Gillespie for putting us together.

Launch Video:

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