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My 2nd ible... I don't know what happened to my first one. OK, my program was made in VB.NET not VB6. You must have internet connection to open it.

Step 1: Alright...details!

My piece of work is made in VB.NET not VB6. It has about 600+ lines of code and continually growing. I can't show you the tutorial of how to make it because like I said before, my program has 600+ lines of code! What it does is:
> Your query will be sent to Wolfram|Alpha
> Your search term(s) will be searched at Google
> The website you've entered will be rated by three sources: WOT, SiteAdvisor and SafeWeb
> It has built-in keyboard and
> It has history of queries and websites you've entered.

Looks interesting, huh?


Step 2: The Source

OK, If you want to have the source, go download it! If you want to distribute it among your friends, you may do so as long as you're using non-commercially. You may search for easter eggs for Wolfram|Alpha. Try one of these:
> What is your favorite color?
>The answer to the ultimate question
...and more!

HAVE FUN! :-)

I like your VB program, it's great!&nbsp; You can still add many links to your program.&nbsp; We all know that Wolfam Alpha is a kind of bridge between Google and Wikipedia but it can do more than that because it computes in replica with mathematica.&nbsp; You have a simple but very nice instructable.&nbsp; Keep up the good work, you're doing great.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> As of now, I'm busy doing my &quot;Inner-core web search&quot; beyond the boolean operators, advanced syntax at Google, and any search engines.&nbsp; The Way back machine necessarily follows the robot.txt.&nbsp; Search lores are now rare because we all know fravia+ has already took his permanent rest.&nbsp; You'll notice also that blacksun.box.sk is now suspended and banned on the Net.&nbsp; Black hat hacker are gone wild while white hat hackers are now turned to become ethical hackers taking their examinations for a job.&nbsp; Well, it's also great but it lacked something...<br /> <br /> God bless.<br />
BTW, did you try it?<br />
Of course, I try it, it's useful but I know that you are still in the debugging process... I believed that there's more to your skills and talent, make as many instructables as you can. Share to the world what you know!<br />
Thanks!<br />

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