SearchDay #34, June 21 - 12 Cool Sites and Tools for Searchers
Do you want to avoid being verbigerative and be succinct instead? Or nab a free Swiss Army Knife for your browser, which includes metasearch, a language translator, news, a spam filter, a links manager, and some useful network tools? Check out the dozen sites and tools covered in this roundup.
SearchDay #33, June 20 - What Search Engines See Isn't Always What You Get
Cloaking is a technique used by some webmasters to deliver one page to a search engine for indexing, while serving an entirely different page to everyone else -- in short, the classic bait and switch technique applied to the web.
SearchDay #32, June 19 - Web Archaeology: Yahoo Relics
Do you remember what Yahoo looked like in 1994? Digging into the web reveals several fascinating relics of the service that later morphed into the portal we're familiar with today.
SearchDay #31, June 18 - Searching on the Right Side of the Brain
Brain dominance may play a major role in your success in finding what you're looking for on the web. Here are two search engines that help you tap into the intuitive, holistic and integrative strengths of the right side of the brain.
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My Domain No Longer Exists
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VeriSign, RealNames Speak Your Language
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