A new search tool is in the footer of LCB for you to try out. Swicki is a new twist on search that promises a more contextualized and a customizable community search. It begins with someone, me in our case, creating an initial instance of the search tool naming key topics that might be interesting to the community. In addition, you can designate universal key worlds that every returned page must include. I chose to require "learning" for the LCB search. You can similarly designate key websites to target or to avoid.
You can set the search to give priority to blogs and/or your website. (I've asked this LCB search to search LCB first and then the web.) After a little bit of configuration work (choosing fonts, search box size, colors, etc), you simply copy some HTML code Swicki gives you and paste it into your site and you are of and running.
Then as members of the community use the search they can either choose a term that appears in the cloud of terms or enter another term that they are interested in. As the community uses the search engine, it learns the communities preferences and displays new terms in the cloud.
Swicki is so confident that can deliver a more focused search to you than Google, that on your results page they give you a link to compare the Swicki results with Google results. Check it out. What do you think?