Google is now offering several different alternate views for its search engine. You can see the announcement here, but you actually have to check out the search views at http://www.google.com/experimental/index.html. You’ll notice […]
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UCLA opens Orsini family archive to online searching. Dissecting the Microsoft bid for Yahoo. 54 Online Travel Sites to Bookmark Now. The National Defense Intelligence College Press is now posting its publications […]
UC Santa Cruz starts shipments to Google Book Search. AskSam puts “State of the Union” addresses in a free searchable database. bMighty: Ten search engines you don’t know about. Business-oriented. Google launches […]
Now you can find out about South Carolina school performance online. A new database provides “report cards” for school performance. It’s available at https://ssl.sc.gov/SchoolReportCards/ . The search form allows you to search […]
Appalled. Appalled and horrified. Worried. Scared. Did I say appalled? Unless you’ve been under a particularly tightly-sealed rock, you heard that this morning Microsoft offered over $44 billion to purchase Yahoo. That’s […]