Whenever I’m Googling something, I end up refining the query to pick up synonyms and filter out spam, aggregators and shopping sites. At this point, I have a reasonably stable search strategy for my common queries.
For example, when I’m looking for Snow Leopard-related info, I filter out the pre-release speculation by searching for:
("snow leopard" OR "10.6") -"road to" -"beta" -"seeds" -"release" -2008 -2007 -2006
I can use LaunchBar or keyword-based bookmarks to do this. But I can’t combine search strategies that way; if I have a strategy for “photoshop”, I can’t search for:
"snow leopard" AND photoshop
I want some kind of front-end flattener tool that reduces my strategies to their fully-factored equivalents.
DEVONagent seems like the kind of tool that might do this, and I already own it - but I can’t see any functionality that’s particularly well-suited to it. Is there a way to do this? Or has anybody seen another tool that does what I want?