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Excite.com Spared from Extinction
SearchDay, Nov. 29, 2001
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd1129-excite.html
A U.S. Bankruptcy court has approved InfoSpace's $10 million bid for certain Excite@Home assets, including domain names, trademarks and user traffic associated with the Excite.com Web site.

Search Engine Anti-Optimization
SearchDay, Nov. 28, 2001
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd1128-antiseo.html
A novel proposal would allow webmasters to *reduce* search engine rankings for specific keywords and phrases, deliberately making pages all but impossible to be found by search engines.

Build Your Own Portable, Personal Search Engine
SearchDay, Nov. 27, 2001
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd1127-surfsaver.html
Take a page from Google's playbook and create a searchable cache of important web pages with your own portable, personal search engine.

Fyuse: An Eclectic "My" Portal
SearchDay, Nov. 26, 2001
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd1126-fyuse.html
Fyuse takes the concepts of web-clipping, push-technology, affiliation and distributed content and encapsulates them into a slick, easy to use personalized portal customized to your tastes.

Elsewhere at Internet.com

Madam Yahoo Sees All
http://siliconvalley.internet.com/news/article/0,2198,3531_928481,00.html
No need for calling Ms. Cleo. Center.com and Yahoo see profits in the stars by charging users for detailed personal astrological reports.

A Worldwide Internet - One Country At A Time
http://www.isp-planet.com/hosting/2001/cctlds.html
238 country code managers have not signed agreements with ICANN. The country codes that have not yet been sold out to the highest bidders are to be sold on the open market. As a result, the fight for ccTLD control continues—one country at a time.

Web Classification Is Essential
http://www.clickz.com/article.php/929981
Before you build your Web site, take some time to do the upfront chores that'll ensure you'll have a firm foundation.

Internet License Plate Gallery
http://webreference.com/outlook/license/gallery.html
Why be a 286-HZL when you can instead be an XML GIRL? Whether used for advertising, expressing opinions, or just plain fun, vanity license plates give us a way to express our Internet devotion wherever we go.

Search Headlines

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AT&T-Excite fight may leave 4.1M without Net...
USA Today Nov 30 2001 4:12PM GMT
Rivals circling over faltering Excite@Home...
philly.com Nov 30 2001 12:13PM GMT
Kevin Spacey wants his (domain) name back...
CanadaComputes.com Nov 30 2001 7:16AM GMT
Study: Sites Trending Toward Aggressive Web Advertising...
Internet News Nov 30 2001 12:42AM GMT
KaZaA ordered to cease infringing copyright...
The Register Nov 29 2001 7:19PM GMT
ACLU Assails Internet Anti-Smut Law...
Washington Post Nov 29 2001 2:28PM GMT
The Portal Comes of Age...
line56 Nov 29 2001 11:04AM GMT
Altavista Responds To Explosive Growth Of Uk Internet...
Firefly Nov 29 2001 10:02AM GMT
AT&T Says Able to Keep ExciteAtHome Clients Online...
digitalMASS Nov 29 2001 8:53AM GMT
Study shows Web use cutting into TV time...
CNN Nov 29 2001 5:28AM GMT
New internet search could turn up viruses...
New Scientist Nov 28 2001 5:06PM GMT
The Google attack engine...
The Register Nov 28 2001 12:27PM GMT
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