Librarians are always trying out new search engines, and this month, we've found a twist on an old favorite that is quite exciting. It's a beta version of Ask.com called AskX. AskX offers video searching, something that's not available at Ask.com. But it also packages search results in a more convenient way. After you type in a search, the left-hand side of the screen suggests additional search terms that you can use to broaden or narrow your search. You can also click on "Images," "Video," "News," or "Blogs" if you want to view expanded search results from just those categories in the middle portion of the screen. The middle portion of the screen supplies typical Ask.com search results, including the ability to mouse over the binocular icon to view a preview of a website without actually clicking on the website link. The right-hand side of the screen supplies results from Wikipedia about your topic, thumbnail images retrieved from Ask.com's image search, news results, and blog search results. I think it's pretty handy to have an "all-in-one" search result screen, complete with suggestions for improving your search!