I knew right away with GGSearch that I was going to have to start from the beginning of the archived entries and work my way to the most current entries just to get an idea of what the heck GGSearch actually is.
GGSearch is a search tool with Google power. Now, as mentioned on the site where you can download GGSearch, the GGSearch software is not a product of Google, nor is it related to everyone’s favorite search engine. “The application only makes use of some of Google’s goodies”.
Pieter, the mastermind behind GGSearch, is from The Netherlands and uses this weblog as more of a newsboard to keep viewers and users of the search tool abreast on what’s going on in the development phases of his creation. If I were to use this downloadable software on a regular basis, I know I would definitely appreciate being able to read straight from the creator what was going on behind the scenes.
The GGSearch weblog is hosted on Blogspot’s servers and the design is that of a standard Blogger template. Of course, with that in mind, the navigation is easy to follow, the colors all mesh well together, and everything is in working order as far as the technical aspect of it goes.
Most of the entries I found over the last two months were geared primarily towards the progress and updates being made to GGSearch. Every now and then, you can find a sporadic link to another site more likely than not having something to do with the Google search engine.
I would highly recommend this site to anyone that’s been stereotyped as one of those good ol’ computer geeks. For the average weblog surfer, this site might not be too interesting.