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Searcher Magazine
VOLUME 15 • NUMBER 10 • November/December 2007
The Magazine for Database Professionals

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Thomson Scientific and the Citation Indexes
An Interview With Keith MacGregor and James TestaClick here for full-text options

Nancy K. Herther shares what she found out about Thomson Scientific products and the company during a June 2007 interview with Keith MacGregor, executive VP of Thomson’s academic and government strategic business unit, and James Testa, senior director, editorial development and publisher relations for Thomson.

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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article.The 51st State: The State of Online
The Presidential Campaign 2008 — Candidates and News SourcesClick here for full-text options
As Laura Gordon-Murnane illustrates in this in-depth article, the Internet is no longer like a third-party candidate, but is breathing down the proverbial necks of the mainstream media, threatening to usurp broadcast and print sources as the primary way people follow the election. Five extensive tables look at the Web sites of each of the 17 presidential candidates, as well as mainstream media sites, blogs, and aggregator tools, and show just how much the Internet is impacting the 2008 election. This is a key reference tool for anyone following the election or helping voters.

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How to Conduct Search Analytics
Thought, Not Technology, RequiredClick here for full-text options
Why do so many Web sites fail in search usability? Erik Arnold provides steps to ensure that users coming to your Web sites will find the information they need, no matter what kind of technology powers the searches.
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The Searcher's Voice Podcast
Searcher's Voice
The Sacrament of Citizenship
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bq waxes patriotic as she proudly tells why she loves America and exercising her right to vote.
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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article. Internet Express
We Knit the World: Charity Knitting and Crocheting on the WebClick here for full-text options

If you, like Irene McDermott, love to knit or crochet but have run out of people on whom to bestow your handiwork or if you live in a climate that has little need for woolen attire, check out some charitable online sites that would be more than happy to put you to work to help others in need.

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Best BuysClick here for full-text options
Before you make those hardware, software, and Internet-related purchases, check out Best Buys.

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ContactsClick here for full-text options
Find the postal and electronic addresses, phone and fax numbers for all the companies, products, and people mentioned in this issue.

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