Top Tiles: Make Searching a Breeze

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The internet is full of useful resources, but sometimes it’s difficult to find exactly what you’re looking for. Wanting to have a movie night, but don’t know which movie to watch? Interested in a job at a company, but want to know more about it? This week’s Top Tiles is here to help you out!

Don’t get stuck searching through hundreds of internet pages to find what you’re looking for. Check out this week’s Top Tiles for helpful resources when it comes to searching the internet.

agoodmovietowatch: Stumped on what movie you’re going to watch next? agoodmovietowatch will find movies for you that you haven’t seen yet on popular streaming services, such as Netflix or Hulu. End the dreadful question of, “what movie do you want to watch?” and let agoodmovietowatch help you decide.

Internet Archive: With the stated mission of “universal access to all knowledge,” Internet Archive is a great source to the public. Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. You can even find websites that no longer exist!

Glassdoor: Are you looking for a great company to work for? With Glassdoor, search millions of job listings and get an inside look from employees of the companies you are interested in. See real employee salary details anonymously posted on Glassdoor, as well as what real employees have to say about the company.

Wolfram Alpha: It’s more than just a search engine. Wolfram Alpha searches data on the web to give you a precise answer, including pictures and explanations. It doesn’t search the web and find what seems to be relevant information, but Wolfram Alpha searches “by doing dynamic computations based on a vast collection of built-in data, algorithms, and methods.”

WriteWords: Intended to be a source of inspiration and feedback, WriteWords was created as a community for writers. Search your typed passages to see which words or phrases you use most frequently. Join forums with other writers for feedback and support. From beginners to published authors, the WriteWords community caters to a broad range of writers – novelists, poets, short story writers, flash poetry and fiction – and many more.

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