It's as if a collective "a-ha!" hit the brains of some of the Internet's earliest entrepreneurs, an a-ha that is spawning a new generation of Web browser tools designed to make finding and using Web-based information much easier than it is today.
At DEMO 2004, three companies - BIGontheNet, e.Story, and Groxis - took a swing at the problem with tools that helped manage Web search results.......Full article >>>
s (and actually works a bit like) Outlook 2003.
For many, the most immediately useful tool is the Pluck Power Search, which simultaneously searches Google, eBay, and Amazon.com and delivers results into the link window. You can riffle through large result sets quickly by applying, changing, and removing local filters. There are also mechanisms to mark links as "read" and to delete read it......Full article >>>
n everyday companion to your Web browser.
No doubt we'll continue to see an onslaught of these tools in the months to come. Fortunately, the business model of these early players makes it easy to try them out and settle on the one that works most like you do. You can download Pluck today at www.pluck.com .
Acquisition fever has hit Lucent. The company pi......Full article >>>
relationships with the players who will lead you to success. The conference's stringent selection process and excellent reputation serves as an endorsement for your product as it comes to market. DEMO events have helped companies like Palm, Handspring, IBM Pervasive Computing, Logitech, Mirra, Tapwave, Macromedia - even Microsoft - launch their products, create critical business relationships, an......Full article >>>
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