In his foreword to the book, Craig Silverstein, Director of Technology at Google, observes, "Since 'Google Hacks' first appeared, search has, if possible, only grown in importance. Not only is there more information than ever to be found--via email, computer hard drives, and newly digitized repositories of previously offline content--there is also a greater need to automate tasks and to locate that needle of information in a haystack that will just not stop growing."
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
This looks interesting, especially with the Open WorldCat program and Google Scholar recently getting so much attention. Google Hacks, 2nd ed. by Tara Calishain and Rael Dornfest.
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