Mega-Search: One of the favorite bits of computer
jargon is the prefix "mega-" (mega is the Greek prefix for million), as
in "mega-this" or "mega-that." What the coiners of "mega-" words are trying
to say is that their process is a lot more expansive or inclusive than
plain old "this" or "that." Although none of the "mega-" processes are
really a million times better, some of them really can do more than the
simple processes on which they are based. Mega-search processes use several
Internet search programs simultaneously. The one that I think is easiest
to use and understand is the Big Hub Megasearch at http://megasearch.thebighub.com/.
All you have to do is type in what you want to find and check off boxes
for the most popular Internet search procedures. It also allows you the
options of varying the search time and controlling the length of the citations
using pull-down menus. Results are impressive.