Lately I've been finding it quite difficult to actually get good results from most search engines, hence after a while I'd often end up back on "do some evil" Google search engine page. After experimenting with other search engines like Ixquick (very good on privacy) and Clusty (they changed their name :/ but I like the idea of clustering results) I was still hungry. And then I found DuckDuckGo, very nice and clean interface, works with https (as the link shows) and gives results in https when possible. It has too many features for me to write about, go and look around in the options and such.
If you are reading this there are chances you already know how to use the Interweb, when you are given an address (url, webiste link, etc) you know how to get there the proper way. However, so many people, and I mean many many many just get it completely wrong. So I thought maybe an image could help explain.
As you can see, when you have the actual address for a site you don't need to use a search engine to find it, you already have it, you may enter it in the "address bar", that is the bar on top circled in green. That is one of its main uses, the other being that it indicates where you currently are. Would you lookup in the phone book a number you already have ? So why do that with an URL ?