SearchDay #14, May 24 - Search Engine Scuttlebutt
What's going on over at AltaVista? Is HotBot's add URL function dead? How does Yahoo's search algorithm work? These are just a few of the topics of discussion going on at the Search Engine Forums site -- a great place to follow the scuttlebutt attending your favorite web search tools.
SearchDay #13, May 23 - Fine Art, Fine ADAM
ADAM is a searchable catalog of more than 2,500 top-notch fine art net resources that have been carefully selected and and cataloged with extensive use of Dublin Core metadata, resulting in spot-on searches virtually every time.
SearchDay #12, May 22 - Closer, Closer, Closer
Both phrase searching and the NEAR operator offer simple but effective ways to take more control over your search.
SearchDay #11, May 21 - The Once and Future P2P
While Napster - the most famous P2P (peer to peer) system - appears to be in a death spiral, other P2P technologies have emerged that are likely to end up as essential tools in your web search arsenal.
Elsewhere on internet.com:
Map the Web
Antarcti.ca's Visual Net software transforms networks into places; data into virtual maps. Visual Net creates maps of networks to help users visualize data and find what they're looking for.
Executive Perspective: Expired Domain Names
internet.com's own domain name expert, Scott Clark, explains what happens when domain name owners choose not to renew their domain names. This esoteric issue has been a hot topic recently as competitors have accused VeriSign and its subsidiary, Network Solutions, of keeping the best domains.
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.