With a name that sounds like my favorite candy, Rollyo takes over where the Gigablast custom search left off. Peggy Garvin describes how to use Rollyo to create a search engine that searches your own choice of web sites in her recent LLRX.com article, "The Government Domain - Roll Your Own Government Search."
There are several fun Rollyo searches that are already available for your use:
Amy Wharton has created Law Library List to search the law-lib archives, as well as Legal Research Guides and News, with a selection of research-related sites. (P.S to Amy, you might want to add Zimmerman's Research Guide to the mix!)
Dennis Kennedy has compiled on for Legal Technology, which includes a great selection of blogs and web sites on the topic.
I particularly liked the current annual content winner, Ask Mr. Fix-It, for it's excellent collection of DIY sites. I quickly and easily found information on how to repair grout.
For more possibilities, review the Explore Rollyo section to find your own favorites, making sure to register so you can easily keep track of them by adding them to to your profile.
Rollyo makes it easy to add your selection of searches to your web site or Intranet. I've added these searches, plus my own "Tech Product Reviews" search, to LawLibTech.com.
So does anyone have any suggested sites for Tech Product Reviews? It currently searches PC World, PC Magazine, Cnet, ZDnet, and E-opinions, and am looking for more nominations.