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Data2Know Issue 2003: Volume 4, Issue 3

The Wayback Machine

In this issue of Data2Know we focus on The Wayback Machine. Here, we divulge one of the Web’s best archives and explain, in detail, how it works, what it’s capable of, and how and when to use it in your investigations. This issue also provides an article by guest author Arizona Investigator Michele Stuart. In her article, Ms. Stuart discusses phone numbers, the art of locating a phone carrier, and much more!

ALSO: Get informed with our “Industry Undercover” section---find out where you can track US exports and where they go, learn about two great sites to help you with investigations in Latin America and Ireland, discover a site that keeps track of all useful online sources, read about where to look up companies and specific company employees, uncover where to go to apply for a federal grant, and find out about an excellent deep Web source.

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Data2Know Issue 2003: Volume 4, Issue 2

Canada Via the Web

In this issue of Data2Know we go into all things Canadian. Here, we discuss how to explore Canada via the Web and where to locate the best sources for conducting an investigation that may be Canadian-based. From news sources to company information, this article will help you gain more knowledge of the Canadian sources. Also included in this issue is an article by guest author Investigative Researcher Bill Majeski. Here, Mr. Majeski discusses identity theft and what can be done about it.

ALSO: Get informed with our “Industry Undercover” section---get an A to Z index of government agencies, state agencies, and government-related links; find out where to locate all publications for a specific geographical area; discover an excellent source for high-end, multi-country corporation research; uncover who provides comprehensive information on banks and other institutions involved with the Federal Reserve; and learn about where to look up anything related to the tobacco industry.

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Data2Know Issue 2003: Volume 4, Issue 1


In this issue of Data2Know we dive into Hoovers.com, which has transformed from traditional reference books to the Web. Read about what Hoovers can do for you and your investigations and why we think it’s a great source. Get step-by-step instructions on how to use this site to its best potential. Also in the issue is an article by guest author President of Vivamus Concepts John Lescher where he discusses pop-up ads and a post-9/11 Internet. Also get a list of “Cynthia’s Top Picks” for research sites.

ALSO: Get Informed with our “Industry Undercover” section---get a directory of agencies of the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of the government; find out where to get headlines from over 3,000 Web sources for free; discover a place to find everything about Asian market research; uncover a bibliographic, searchable database for special medical topics; read about where to find out about textile industry news, statistics, and market research; and find out about a free online news-clipping service.

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