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Date: 2008-12-30
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Introduction to Internet Searching: Dogpile
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Patrick Crispen discusses metasearch engines, which covers all the metacrawlers and search engines that are out on the Internet. He details what a metacrawler is, and focuses on Dogpile.com. He defines what Dogpile is and how it works, searching all the other search engines on the Internet.

Introduction to Internet Searching: Dogpile
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Patrick Crispen discusses metasearch engines, which covers all the metacrawlers and search engines that are out on the Internet. He details what a metacrawler is, and focuses on Dogpile.com. He defines what Dogpile is and how it works, searching all the other search engines on the Internet.

How to Create a Quiz with Free Quiz Template in Adobe Flash
create a simple online quiz using free Flash quiz template in Adobe Flash MX, Flash 8, Flash CS3, or Flash CS4
This article will demonstrate how to create a simple online quiz, complete with options for feedback, scoring and tracking, using free Flash quiz template in Adobe Flash MX, Flash 8, Flash CS3, or Flash CS4.

Excel 2008 for the Mac Essential Training: Concatenation
Sumif function covered in video 2
In this Lynda.com video training series, instructor David Rivers discusses how to work with text in Microsoft Excel. He shows how to access the formula builder, works with the formula builder to join cells together, search for a function, and shows how to join cells.

How Yahoo! Walked Away from $44.6 Billion
When we last left Yahoo!, Jerry Yang (CEO) and the rest of the board had just spurned Microsoft's $44.6 billion takeover bid for the supposedly greener pastures of potential deals with AOL, News Corporation, and/or Google. The rejection of Microsoft's bid also put the current board on a collision course with Carl Icahn in what looked to be a battle for control of Yahoo!'s board of directors.

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