I am restricting how many semantic wars I can handle in a day.
You, on the other hand, should know about the diversity of options you have when it comes to web search engines. This is a new one called Helioid.
The above screen capture is from the Quick Help at the web site. Basically you can type in your search term/keyword and not only do you get a list of viable links you get a side category of topics that are color coded to your search results.
I did a test search using SuDocs (The Superintendent of Documents classification system) These are the topics area that were visible on the left side of the screen:
- Document Classification
- Documents SuDocs Classifications
- SuDocs Classification System
- SuDocs Classification
Now if I want to see only the SuDocs Classification System items I click on the yellow circle and I only see the four links that match.
I like that.
Helioid is new so there are thing that are missing like being about to type in a search date range or selecting .edu or other specific domains. That will come in time.
So I encourage you to check it out and offer feedback to the Developers.