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UncategorizedJuly 3, 2002

Search Engines

85% of American Internet users have ever used an online search engine to find information on the Web and 29% of Internet users rely on a search engine on a typical day. Only the act of sending or reading email outranks search-engine queries as an on…

UncategorizedNovember 14, 2001

The dot-com meltdown and the Web

Some Americans’ Internet experiences are beginning to be affected by the dot-com meltdown, but the vast majority of them are making quick adjustments to get the Web content and services they like without paying extra money