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Data2Know Issue 2004: Volume 5, Issue 4

The Importance of News

In this issue of Data2Know we discuss the importance of the news in well-rounded investigations. This article includes how and where to start when tackling the news, where to look online for the most important pieces, and the services available to make our searches manageable. Also included in this issue is an article by guest author Mary Ellen Bates, author of "Building and Running a Successful research Business: A Guide for the Independent Information Professional." In her article, Ms. Bates discusses some of the tools hidden deep within Google and how they can be used. A book review by Robert Slade and a research tip about Alexa graces this issue as well.

ALSO: Get informed with our "Industry Undercover" section---find out who is giving what to whom in terms of finances in the government; uncover two different meta search engines that provide both free and fee-based subscriptions; learn where to find the Top 100 Newspaper Archives; get a hold of lists complied by business librarians on almost any subject; discover where to get assistance in foreign investigations; and see what's new on Amazon.com.

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Data2Know Issue 2004: Volume 5, Issue 3

Investigations and the News

In this issue of Data2Know we discuss the news and the importance of keeping up with and following news stories. Many investigations depend on current events, both locally and internationally, and it’s difficult to keep up with everything. In this issue we show our readers the best ways to stay up-to-date with the obvious and no-so-obvious everyday newsbreaks. Also included in this issue is an article by guest author Mary Ellen Bates, author of "Building and Running a Successful research Business: A Guide for the Independent Information Professional." In her article “Quick Answers to Odd Questions,” Ms. Bates shares her favorite go-to sites for the best answers to some of the most difficult questions.

ALSO: Get Informed with our “Industry Undercover” section---learn about an online “warehouse” of military records, read about where to go to make your next flight the best possible, find out which US states give out information down to the city level, discover a place to find out corporate information from over 50 countries, uncover the next big Web site that helps you keep up, and learn where to find out about different laws in different countries.

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Data2Know Issue 2004: Volume 5, Issue 2

Eliyon.com

In this issue of Data2Know we discuss Eliyon.com, “The People Database.” This issue includes a full review of Eliyon, what it does, how it works, and why one would use it. We discuss Eliyon’s strengths and weakness and provide a detailed account of the site. Also in this issue is an article from guest author and Web developer Java_Pup, which handles all things blog-related.

ALSO: Get informed with our “Industry Undercover” section---discover where to read about everything related to political campaigns, uncover the best place on the Web to read about Japanese company information, read about several places to run comprehensive background checks, get a great list of sites to look up small companies, find out how and where to track your competitor’s Web sites, and read about where to look up all major television networks and local stations.

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