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October 13, 2005 9:10 PM   Subscribe

Singing Fish - The search engine for audio and video.
posted by dobbs (13 comments total)

 
Maybe this thing is really well known and posting it's a "duh" but I never heard of it before and couldn't find it with the search...
posted by dobbs at 9:11 PM on October 13, 2005


Looks interesting. I hit the I'm bored button and got six popup windows. I won't push that button again.
posted by JeremyT at 9:30 PM on October 13, 2005


I like it. Bookmarked.
posted by fungible at 9:38 PM on October 13, 2005


Ah, I didn't try that. I just punched some band names into the search box and it found vids and songs from multiple sources in the selected formats.
posted by dobbs at 9:38 PM on October 13, 2005



Definitely bookmarked.

Found one of Derrida's final public lectures in RealVideo on the UCSD server...a page Google seems to have missed.

(Here's the direct link to it, if anyone's curious.)

Many thanks!
posted by objet at 10:03 PM on October 13, 2005


I, for one, welcome our new Audio/Video search engine overlords.
posted by vagus at 10:06 PM on October 13, 2005


Awesome, and bookmarked. Thanks dobbs.
posted by maryh at 12:46 AM on October 14, 2005


well, it passed the "does anything x rated come up when I put in 'jenna jameson?'" test, so I bookmarked it.

whoopee!
posted by shmegegge at 12:46 AM on October 14, 2005


I've been using this site for a while but I tend to do so via turboscout for the 'price shopping' benefits of multiengines in the one interface. Singing Fish comes up trumps on most occasions, especially for mpgs however.
posted by peacay at 1:59 AM on October 14, 2005


I've seen it in my stats hitting a website that I host numerous mp3's on but never bothered to check it out. Thanks, dobbs.

Yeah, that one shmegegge.
posted by geekyguy at 3:53 AM on October 14, 2005


Also passes the "does it find 'Automan' by Newcleus?" test.
posted by eatitlive at 8:17 AM on October 14, 2005


Nice, thanks dobbs! Bolstering mrs. c.'s jpop collection as I write ...
posted by carter at 12:35 PM on October 14, 2005


I'd never heard of it either, thanks dobbs! It's brilliant. I'd been wishing for something like this for ages.
posted by funambulist at 12:40 PM on October 14, 2005


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