Roll With this UX Search

I’m sure by now that most of you have heard of Rollyo by now. For those of you that haven’t seen it yet, here’s how Rollyo describes themselves:

Are you tired of wading though thousands of irrelevant search results to get to the information you want? Ever wish you could narrow your search to sites you already know and trust? With Rollyo, you can easily create your own custom search engines, and explore and save those created by others.

And it works as advertised IMHO. I love the idea of having a specialized search that cuts out all of the fat. For starters, take a look at Seth Godin’s searchroll. He provides an roll that searches a great cross-section of content. And as an added bonus, I’ve created a searchroll of my own. I tire of searching on UX concepts and wading through the piles of ads and junk I have no interest in. So, I created the “User Experience” searchroll for your rolling pleasure (full disclosure notice: I shamelessly included this site in the roll). Here are the sites I’ve included: headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users adaptivepath.com www.boxesandarrows.com www.vanderwal.net robfay.com louisrosenfeld.com/home www.designbyfire.com www.alistapart.com www.webword.com www.jjg.net www.digital-web.com www.greenonions.com www.ok-cancel.com www.userinexperience.com 37signals.com/svn www.useit.com I’m sure I’m missing something. Let me know what it is and I’ll throw it in. Enjoy!