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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Giulini, Carlo Maria 1914-2005. Italian conductor best known for his work conducting opera. He served as conductor at La Scala in Milan (1951-1956) and Covent Garden in London (1958-1967) prior to leading the Los Angeles Philharmonic (1978-1984).

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  • The magazine-style chapters relate a clear, easy-to-understand story of how search engines work, who the major players were, such as WebCrawler, Lycos and Netscape, that shaped search before Google came along, and how two Stanford Ph.

    'The Search' For The Perfect Search

  • Q: Does the current search market share anything with the early volatile market, which saw engines like WebCrawler and Lycos rise to the top and then become overtaken every year or so?

    Hal Varian Answers Your Questions - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Chris Sherman, currently Executive Editor at Search Engine Land, has been involved with search engines from the earliest days when WebCrawler and Yahoo were the two dominant features 1994 - that long ago!

    Internet News: Advertising Archives

  • WebCrawler's Search Ticker (webcrawler. com/WebCrawler/SearchTicker. html) has a palpable if eerie human touch.

    Out There

  • The site, which needs a Java-enabled browser, displays a moving ticker of randomly selected searches that are being done using the WebCrawler engine.

    Out There

  • April 20, 1994: WebCrawler, the first search engine, goes live with a database of 4,000 websites.

    Who Ya Gonna Crawl?

  • This study evaluates the effectiveness of the Dublin Core metadata elements on the retrieval of web pages in a suite of six search engines, AlltheWeb, AltaVista, Google, Excite, Lycos, and WebCrawler.

    Archive 2006-10-15

  • Use any search engine, such as Yahoo or WebCrawler, to search for recreational vehicle rentals.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • It also competes with Infospace's Dogpile, WebCrawler and MetaCrawler in metasearch, or returning results from multiple search engines.

    PCMag.com: New Product Reviews

  • I refer to the year of 1994, when WebCrawler launched the world's first full-text Web search engine and Time magazine's cover for July 25th was titled 'The Strange New World of the Internet', as the beginning of the Internet in the US.

    BloGiza

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