Yahoo, Google, and Microsoft have all announced in their blogs that they’re teaming up to set a standard for sitemaps, those files that list all the pages on a Web site. It’s […]
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Washington University in St. Louis has created a new database of materials related to civil rights courts cases, including settlements, court orders, opinions, and case study research. The “Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse” […]
With video content becoming so popular, is meta-search for video far behind? Of course not. One of the first contenders is PureVideo search, which provides both search across several different video providers […]
You knew this technology would first be used for shopping. Oh yes you did. Riya has launched a visual search engine that allows you to shop visually instead of by keyword. This […]
Massive list of cheat sheets. AJAX, CSS, Ruby, etc… Topix gets another $15 million in funding. Wikipedia used to spread virus. Icky. Answers.com buys FAQ Farm. Nice use of Google Maps — […]