Wednesday, February 27, 2002
DirectEmployers Employment Search Engine Unlike existing Internet job boards that function primarily as online classified ads, DirectEmployers links jobseekers directly to potential employers’ websites. Jobseekers can search and view all jobs listed on company websites, not just jobs posted on job boards, and can apply directly to each employer’s site without posting their resume on a commercial site.
Saturday, February 23, 2002
Friday, February 22, 2002
Thursday, February 21, 2002
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LLRX.com - The USA PATRIOT Act and Patron Privacy on Library Internet Terminals The upshot is that there will be a great many more surveillance orders, everywhere in the country, and in turn there will be more requests for library records, including Internet use records.
PhotoGraphic Libraries. Education resource. The stock images, film and photo archives listed provide a creative source for television producers, advertising agencies, libraries, education centres, picture researchers and media services researching visual communications. The photographic library and archival resource contains national and private photographic collections.
SearchDay - iLOR Dumps Google for Ask/Teoma - 19 Febuary 2002 Just as the "I love Google" movement has seemingly reached its zenith, search engine iLOR has made a contrarian move away from being powered by Google to using the Ask Jeeves/Teoma web index.
Saturday, February 16, 2002
Friday, February 15, 2002
High Tech Heretic: Why Computers Don't Belong in the Classroom and Other Reflections by a Computer Contrarian Instead of spending time in front of computers, youngsters need interaction with their peers and with their teachers.
The Smoking Gun: Archive While the White House has repeatedly described former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay as simply a "supporter" of George W. Bush, extensive correspondence between the two men paints a far cozier picture of their relationship, according to copies of letters obtained this afternoon (2/15) by The Smoking Gun.
Web surfers snubbing search engines - Tech News - CNET.com Internet surfers are increasingly favoring direct navigation and bookmarks over search engines and Web links, according to a study released Wednesday.
SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Technology/Computing -- Hollywood lives and dies by Internet Movie Database The Internet Movie Database, a Web site started by a film fan so he wouldn't rent the same movie twice, has become a powerful show business tool with details on virtually every living being ever credited on a film or TV show.
Salon.com Books | Big Brother is watching you read Increasingly, the government is demanding that bookstores reveal what books their customers have purchased.
Scirus - for scientific information Responding to the need for focused, comprehensive and reliable overviews of relevant scientific information, Elsevier Science has developed the powerful Internet search tool Scirus. Scirus distinguishes itself from existing search engines by concentrating on scientific content only and by searching both web and journal sources.
Wednesday, February 13, 2002
Business 2.0 - Magazine Article - eBay's Secret Ingredient If your customers gladly held your inventory, shipped your products, and did all your marketing, you'd make money online too.
Saturday, February 09, 2002
FT.com | TotalSearch | Global Archive | Home The global archive is a unique free source containing over 10 million articles from 2000 publications. The news database is updated on a 24 / 7 basis from selected international publishers and agencies. Search the 5 year archive of the Financial Times Newspaper as well as archives of European, Asian and American business sources.
Friday, February 08, 2002
Entertainment Weekly's EW.com | Dave Eggers to edit ''Best Non-Required Reading'' Young people who buy books -- a demographic bright spot for publishers -- are about to get their very own best-of series: ''The Best American Non-Required Reading''
Search engines sued for delivering hits based on payment Several Internet search engines are taking fire from a Texas firm that says their pay-for-play policies break trademark law and misdirect consumers.
Thursday, February 07, 2002
Yahoo - Atomz Launches Strange Search Contest Contestants have the opportunity to win a $1000 U.S. Savings Bond and other prizes by searching the Web sites of Fortune 500 companies to find extraordinary, strange or bizarre search results using the Web sites' search engine capabilities.
Have I Got an Investment for You (washingtonpost.com) The site was created to illustrate how easy it is for investors to be hoodwinked online.
Business 2.0 - Web Article - PayPal Needs a Friend If you've poked around eBay recently, chances are you've noticed that PayPal is often listed as a payment option. Nearly 70 percent of PayPal's more than 12 million members report that they use the service for online auctions, with most of those auctions taking place on eBay.
Saturday, February 02, 2002
Searcher's Voice - Google: (v.)... How long before the executives at Google.com hear the verb used around the old water cooler or see it written in print? Will they — like Xerox Corporation or Coca Cola Inc. before them — initiate a campaign of lawsuits to protect their brand name from descending into the lowercase, lower-caste status of a generic term with the related danger of loss of trademark?
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AutoBuyGuide.com - New car buying guides, auto reviews for new and used cars and more. Hundreds of new and used car reviews
Scientific American: Feature Article: Television Addiction Is No Mere Metaphor: February 2002 The amount of time people spend watching television is astonishing.