From: (Brian Pinkerton)
Newsgroups: comp.infosystems.announce
Subject: The WebCrawler Index: A content-based Web index
Date: 11 June 1994 21:33:42 GMT
Organization: University of Washington
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Message-ID: <2r0rnm$>

The WebCrawler Index is now available for searching!  The index is broad:
it contains information from as many different servers as possible.  It's
a great tool for locating several different starting points for exploring
by hand.  The current index is based on the contents of documents located
on nearly 4000 servers, world-wide.
Check it out at:
Other information is available from there, including a description of the
WebCrawler (the robot itself), and a list of the 25 most frequently
referenced sites on the Web.
Brian Pinkerton
Dept of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington