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Is there a way (beside using google) to search the entire chain of Stack Overflow from one place, May be an advanced search page?

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seeing as many questions are moved from one site to another and how they are so closely related, this would be a great feature! It would make them seem more like one site and not 3 distinct entities. – Gordon Gustafson Nov 15 '09 at 23:51
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I maintain a few Google CSE pages, including this one that searches all StackOverflow (not stackexchange) sites:
http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=018205968162215846785%3Age5giybfqde

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implemented at http://stackexchange.com (though it searches all sites in the network)

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I think there's another site for that. New questions take a couple of hours to appear, but it also searches a few other sites, too.

If just the SO-related sites are desired, a custom search engine can handle that.

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