The Best of the International World Wide Web Conferences
SearchDay, Apr. 11, 2002
Each year, the International World Wide Web Conference provides a showcase for innovative web technologies. Here's a chronological list of significant papers over the past decade focusing on searching and search engines.
Curling Up with a Good Book Search Engine
SearchDay, Apr. 10, 2002
Looking for an interesting read? These book search engines can help you find new titles and authors based on your personal tastes and preferences.
To Or is Human
SearchDay, Apr. 9, 2002
Perhaps no other "advanced" search technique causes more trouble than the incorrect use of the Boolean OR operator. Here's why this simple little world can wreak havoc on your search results.
Open Directory Project Launches ODP Public Forums
SearchDay, Apr. 8, 2002
A group of editors from the Open Directory Project have started an unofficial public forum to discuss issues and share information about the web's "third" directory.
Elsewhere at Internet.com
Citizens Embracing E-Government
A Pew study revealed that 68 million Americans access government Web sites, a sharp increase from 40 million in March 2000.
They've Hijacked Your Inbox -- Is Your Browser Next?
It's called Ooqa Ooqa. Is it the most intrusive ad technology yet?
Inktomi, Interwoven Offering 'Holistic' Approach
Two Silicon Valley survivors expand their alliance to give customers a search and content delivery platform with XML-centric content management software.
Solving The World's Problems, One PC At A Time
Grid computing, the Internet and the ubiquitous PC have come together in scores of volunteer distributed computing projects designed to solve some of mankind's most perplexing mysteries.
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.