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A British journalist has launched a Web site which he claims takes advantage of your brain cells to speed up searches on the Internet. Steve Homer, founder of Qaz.com, which opens for business on the 8 November, claims that the site works by category, making it easy to find stuff on the Web that interests you. He said that rather than going to a URL's search engine and typing in "cars" or "CDs" (or, we presume, sex), end users will be able to type in a URL on the lines of holiday.qaz.com, or cd.qaz.com According to Homer, who also works as freelance journalist, the site, when it goes live, will provide reviews of online shopping Web sites, demonstrating their strengths and weaknesses. There are likely to be hundreds of sites in over 70 categories, he said. ®

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