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  1. New Data Mining Tool Will Let You Make Your Own Private Search Engine

    With the help of local librarians and developers, Dr. The Minnerazzi project is a platform that allows you to build topic-specific search engines without programming knowledge. The brainchild of Dr. Edel Garcia, the Minerazzi project aims to allow...

  2. hakia Releases Updated Version of ScoopBar

    Related Reading hakia Updates Search Box hakia Launches Personalized Search Feature hakia Calls for Librarians to Contribute Credible Web Sources Semantic search engine hakia has released an updated version of its toolbar, called the ScoopBar.

  3. hakia Updates Search Box

    Meet the New hakia hakia Calls for Librarians to Contribute Credible Web Sources hakia has updated their Search Box, which is a site search feature you can place on your website. The biggest change is the ability to search multiple domains.

  4. hakia Launches Personalized Search Feature

    Related Reading: hakia Calls for Librarians to Contribute Credible Web Sources hakia Comments on Leveraging Yahoo's BOSS hakia is jumping on the personalized search page bandwagon with My hakia. Users can customize several dynamic content features...

  5. Meet the New hakia

    Related Reading: hakia Calls for Librarians to Contribute Credible Web Sources hakia Comments on Leveraging Yahoo's BOSS It must be redesign your search engine day.hakia has a new look and it's reminiscent of Yahoo's recent glue pages test with a...

  6. SearchDay | I'm a PC, What Are You?

    Continue reading hakia Calls for Librarians to Contribute Credible Web Sources Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 24, 2008 Semantic search engine hakia is calling for librarians to contribute credible web sources.

  7. Gary Price of ResourceShelf Wins SLA President's Citation

    Gary was honored for “raising the visibility of librarians. The former news editor of Search Engine Watch just won one of the nation's most prestigious awards granted to library professionals at the annual Special Libraries Association (SLA...

  8. Ask.com to Cut 8%, Revamp Search Plans

    UPDATE: Gary Price, director of online information resources, evangelist of Ask.com, friend to librarians, former SEW news editor, and all-around great guy, was one of the 40 employees laid off today, he announced on his ResourceShelf blog.