The Week in Review

SearchDay #49, July 12 - Special Search Tools & Products Issue
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd0712-searchtools.html
Guest writer and respected industry expert Avi Rappoport provides an update on developments in the world of search tools and products that make sites and intranets searchable.

SearchDay #48, July 11 - Power Searching with SurfWax
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd0711-surfwax2.html
We continue our look under the hood of SurfWax, a metasearch engine that offers some unique advanced features to registered users.

SearchDay #47, July 10 - Hang Ten with SurfWax Metasearch
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd0710-surfwax1.html
SurfWax is a metasearch engine with some powerful advanced features, including the ability to build your own customized gateways into the Invisible web.

SearchDay #46, July 9 - In Defense of Search Engine Cloaking
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/01/sd0709-cloaking.html
Search engines with myopic vision are limiting the Web by enforcing politically correct and stylistically bankrupt policies, according to one disgruntled SearchDay reader.

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Elsewhere on internet.com

ConsumerREVIEW.com Inks Deal With iWon
http://siliconvalley.internet.com/news/article/0,2198,3531_797111,00.html
Sunnyvale-based online review site brings its computer and technology input to the 5th most trafficked site on the Internet.

Internet Politics Insider
http://www.newmedia.com/default.asp?articleID=2828
A new measure that would help to create a new top-level ".kids" domain that will help to provide a safe online environment for children has been introduced by two House members.

Cingular Gets Google-ized
http://siliconvalley.internet.com/news/article/0,2198,3531_798911,00.html
The number two wireless company adds popular search engine to its Web enabled phone service.

Opera 5.12 for Windows Released
http://browserwatch.internet.com/news/stories2001/news-20010710-1.html
Now available: Java support, bugfixes, and Netscape Mail importing.

Paging Mr. Orwell, Mr. George Orwell...
http://cyberatlas.com/big_picture/traffic_patterns/article/0,,5931_799431,00.html
More than 42 million Web surfers logged on to the Internet from the office in the past year, according to Nielsen//NetRatings, but the chances are increasing that Big Brother has an eye on the places they surf.

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