SearchDay 2001 Year in Review
SearchDay, Jan. 3, 2002
Many newsworthy and notable stories occurred in the web search universe during 2001, a year in which the pace of change accelerated dramatically despite slowdowns in other sectors.
2001's Most Wanted Search Terms
SearchDay, Jan. 2, 2002
What were the most popular search terms of the past year? It depends on which search engine you ask.
January 1 - New Year's Holiday
SearchDay, Dec. 31, 2001
Happy New Year, everyone! SearchDay is headlines only today.
Elsewhere at Internet.com
Readability on the Internet
There is a great deal written and said about development of Internet sites, with much of the emphasis being placed on usability, navigation, and appearance. It is now time to throw another factor into the mix -- readability.
Today's Web: Fewer Billboards, More Substance
Alexis Gutzman counters the cynic's view that the Web is much worse off than it was last year, and illustrates why the Web of today is leaner and deeper than the Web of yore.
Rank in the results of major search engines, and you'll soar even higher in meta-search results.
The Revolution Is Over
The days of Internet users being iconoclasts are over, so it's time to treat the medium as what it is -- a part of most Americans' daily lives.
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.
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