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    Data mining is a start, but it misses the critical pieces of information that are transmitted by word of mouth. Social networking systems can foster collaboration.

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    Will graphical search interfaces make a picture worth a thousand links?

  • Productivity's Technology Iceberg

    The real story behind America’s productivity revival is the way companies have combined digital technologies with digital organization.

  • The Christian Media Counterculture

    Evangelical Christians are using the new media environment to promote their own worldview and protect their traditions from what they see as a secular onslaught.

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  • Keeping an Eye on Google

    A website’s fortunes depend hugely on its placement in the Google search rankings. Critics who object to one company having so much power offer ways to level the playing field.

  • Search Beyond Google

    Google reigns supreme as the search engine of choice-but for how long? A pack of startups-and Microsoft-are developing technologies to find what you want, faster.

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    New software checks open-source programs for possible licensing conflicts and copyright infringement problems.


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