EncycloSearch is an ad-free, open source encyclopedia search engine and reader, supported by the Knowledge Standards Foundation. It searches over a dozen encyclopedias at once.
The Knowledge Standards Foundation is a non-profit organization. We are creating a decentralized network of encyclopedias—the Encyclosphere—and other cool projects like this one. To visit the KSF's website, click here.
No. EncycloSearch is not, and never will be, the Encyclosphere. It is simply an encyclopedia search engine.
No. EncycloSearch has a more or less random selection of articles from most encyclopedias. It does have most or all of the articles from these encyclopedias:
When you visit EncycloSearch, your IP address is stored temporarily (in the server's RAM) to help prevent attacks. Your IP address is not logged or shared with anyone, and the internal lists of IP addresses are cleared every 24 hours.
When you view an article, EncycloSearch anonymously records a view for that article. This view is not associated with you in any way.
Other than that, EncycloSearch does not store, log, or share any of your information. Searches are ad-free and anonymous. To see how your data is used, check out the source code.
It's still available. To access it, click here.