Blog advises: Stop traipsing the World Wide Web, start searching WorldWideScience
A blog from the American Printing House for the Blind gives an assessment of WorldWideScience.org: "In terms that the rest of us can understand, this website is a way for researchers, scientists, students, and science enthusiasts to search worldwide science databases all at once. Instead of traipsing the World Wide Web, going through multiple search engines, and spending way too much time looking for one thing, this website allows you to search only once to find what you are looking for. Instead of getting a search result for what John Doe thinks of astronomy, this website will only give you the most accurate, legitimate results. In addition, a traditional search engine could not find many of these results." Read more at the
Fred's Head blog.