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The Benefits of Office Face Time Aren’t a Myth

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In the frenzy to defend telecommuter rights, the traditional office environment has taken quite a lashing. Maybe it’s important to think about how bringing employees back into the office and out of their pajamas can actually help, not harm, them. In the frenzy to defend telecommuter rights, the traditional office environment has taken quite a lashing. Maybe it’s important to think about how bringing employees back into the office and out of their pajamas can actually help, not harm, them. 0 Comments

Yahoo's Next Move

While many onlookers see Jerry Yang's tenure as CEO of Yahoo as a failure, that's not really accurate. He stepped in to rebuild a floundering machine, and is now making way for the next evolution of the world's most powerful portal. While many onlookers see Jerry Yang's tenure as CEO of Yahoo as a failure, that's not really accurate. He stepped in to rebuild a floundering machine, and is now making way for the next evolution of the world's most powerful portal. 0 Comments

Yahoo's Suicide Pact with Google

Who cares if Yahoo outsources its search advertising to Google? You should. On what planet is having only one place to buy anything a good thing for competitive pricing? Who cares if Yahoo outsources its search advertising to Google? You should. On what planet is having only one place to buy anything a good thing for competitive pricing? 0 Comments

Kids Search Engines

A list of search engines designed for kids or families, either in focus or by filtering out possibly inappropriate sites. A list of search engines designed for kids or families, either in focus or by filtering out possibly inappropriate sites. 0 Comments

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. 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. 0 Comments

Searchopolis Offers Kid-Friendly Search

Last month I wrote briefly that Searchopolis, a new kid safe search engine, had opened in beta. This month, I have more details about how the filtered search service works. Last month I wrote briefly that Searchopolis, a new kid safe search engine, had opened in beta. This month, I have more details about how the filtered search service works. 0 Comments

Kid-Friendly Searching From Lycos, Disney, Ask Jeeves

A few months ago, I got a message from a teacher desperate to find some kid-friendly search services. She had done a search on a seemingly innocent topic in front of her classroom, only to have sites pitching pornography appear in the top results. She was anxious to avoid a repeat performance. A few months ago, I got a message from a teacher desperate to find some kid-friendly search services. She had done a search on a seemingly innocent topic in front of her classroom, only to have sites pitching pornography appear in the top results. She was anxious to avoid a repeat performance. 0 Comments