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How many times have you run a Google search that resulted in thousands of results? With over 8 billion pages online and more posted every day, the Web more than likely contains the information you’re looking for — if only you could find it. In Information Trapping: Real-Time Research on the Web, Internet-search-engine expert Tara Calishain makes researching more efficient and rewarding for anyone for whom the Web is an indispensable tool — academics, journalists, scientists, and professionals, as well as bloggers, genealogists, and hobbyists. She does so by teaching the latest techniques for building automated information-gathering systems. As an alternative to the typical one-time search for information, Tara demonstrates how readers can use RSS feeds, page monitoring tools, and other software to set up information streams of many different data types — from text to multimedia to conversations — for capture and review.
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About the Author
Tara Calishain is the creator of ResearchBuzz, an award-winning Web site covering the world of Internet research, with more than 2,000 pointers, articles, and reviews related to search engines, databases, and online information collections. Tara has written and co-written a number of search-related books, including the award-winning Web Search Garage, the New York Times bestseller Google Hacks, and the Official Netscape Guide to Internet Research.
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