Avast, Ye Search Engine Pirates!
SearchDay, September 12, 2002
Be careful what you type: Domain pirates have registered thousands of names that incorporate or closely resemble those of your favorite search engines.
Help Test an "Adaptive" Search Engine
SearchDay, September 11, 2002
An experimental science and medicine search engine needs your help with its ambitious goal of automatically improving search results by observing user behavior.
Happy Birthday, Google!
SearchDay, September 10, 2002
Four years ago, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin incorporated the company. The reason? So they could cash a $100,000 personal check that had been sitting in Page's desk drawer for a couple of weeks.
Suggest a Site for the Search Engine Torture Test
SearchDay, September 9, 2002
Help the editors of Search Engine Watch by suggesting an "ideal" site that should invariably appear in the top ten search results for a specific query.
Elsewhere at Internet.com
Google and Overture: CPM in Disguise?
Your bill may say CPC, but is it really?
A Class in Classification
If you work with information, you probably need to brush up your classification skills.
Plastic Logic Takes Aim at Displays, Packaging and Bar Codes
By using inkjet printing to put thin-film polymer transistors and circuits onto plastic substrates, Plastic Logic hopes to make lightweight, flexible displays for electronic signs, smart cards and even cereal boxes.
The RIAA, rejuvenated by the recent demise of Napster and Madster (formerly known as Aimster), has set its sights on new prey in its legal onslaught in defense of the record business.
NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline.
Introducing SES Online
Want to view one of the sessions you missed or listen to an especially informative presenter a second time? SES New York sessions are available for purchase on ClickZ Academy's new e-Learning site. SES is now Online!