Mapping the 'Dark Net'
SearchDay, Jan. 24, 2002
Researchers have discovered that up to 5% of the Internet is completely unreachable, impossible to access by web browser or search engine alike.
Northern Light Sold, Partners With Yahoo
SearchDay, Jan. 23, 2002
Yahoo now offers premium content from Northern Light with a subscription option that's a screaming bargain, posing a significant threat to other online content aggregators.
Searching the Web World Wide
SearchDay, Jan. 22, 2002
Finding global information often means going beyond your favorite search engine. These strategies and tactics from 20 expert researchers from around the world can help.
Jan. 21, 2002 - Martin Luther King Holiday
Elsewhere at Internet.com
Putting Web Traffic Analysis On The Map
Redwood City-based Quova says it will change the way we look at Web traffic as Jupiter Media Metrix will use its technology to find the geographical location of Web site visitors.
Netscape Takes Aim at Microsoft
AOL Time Warner (NYSE:AOL) Monday fired another salvo at arch-rival Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) when its Netscape Communications Corp. subsidiary filed suit in the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia seeking redress for Microsoft's anticompetitive business practices.
Search Me! is a client side search facility that can be added to Web pages. It searches Web pages set by the webmaster for keywords required by the user. As it requires no server side cgi scripts, it is ideal for sites built on a budget whose Internet service providers do not allow server side processing.
Hot Text: Web Writing that Works
Hot Text shows you how to craft prose that grabs your guests' attention, changes their attitudes, and convinces them to act. You'll learn how to make your style fast, tight, and scannable.
Turning PC Users Into Anthrax Fighters
PC users worldwide have been asked to join the battle against anthrax. And the weapons they'll wield are their own machines' processing power and distributed computing technology.
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