Stumped? Ask the Library of Congress
SearchDay, Aug. 15, 2002
Some of the world's best 'search engines' work at the U.S. Library of Congress, and they're available online to answer your questions by chat or email.
Happy Birthday, Lycos!
SearchDay, Aug. 14, 2002
Eight years ago today Lycos opened its virtual doors to the public, offering a slew of novel features that forever transformed the web search landscape.
A Clutch of Calculators
SearchDay, Aug. 13, 2002
Searching for a calculator for a specific need? The Calculators Online Center has descriptions and links to thousands of specialized calculators on the web.
The Technology Behind Google
SearchDay, Aug. 12, 2002
Want a behind the scenes glimpse at the technology that powers Google? Take a guided tour with Jim Reese, Google's Chief Operations Engineer.
Elsewhere at Internet.com
Yahoo's New Deal
In a break from its in-house approach to rich media products, Yahoo has formalized relationships with Eyeblaster, EyeWonder, Point.Roll and Unicast. The move is calculated to lure top brand advertisers, but will the new set-up spoil the portal's famous simplicity of use?
Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics
The Online Publishers Association says consumers spent $675 million for online content last year. What's content? According to OPA, it includes gift certificates, pinups, personal ads, and diet advice.
VeriSign Maintains Different View of ICANN Reform
As ICANN's reform process moves forward, VeriSign's business practices are scrutinized by The Department of Commerce.
Book Excerpt: Curl Programming Bible
It has become quite clear over the last several months that any language claiming to be useful on the Web must support Web services. Find out how one specific language, Curl, simplifies the process.
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