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Data2Know Issue 2005: Volume 6, Issue 4

Searching Blogs

In this issue of Data2Know, the importance of searching blogs when conducting an investigation is covered. This article breaks down the information that can be extracted not only from text blogs, but photo blogs as well. Learn how to go about searching a specific blog for the subject of your investigation as well as possibly in-depth information about him or her and his or her life. Also 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." Here, Ms. Bates discusses Exalead and its potential as the next great search engine for investigators.

ALSO: Get informed with our "Industry Undercover" section---read an article about finding information that is hidden from the major search engines; learn about a database containing prescription drug information; uncover a database brimming with in-depth market intelligence; discover a Web sites that lists all federal, state, and local blogs; uncover a source of detailed information on Chinese companies; and look into a search engine for television and radio.

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Data2Know Issue 2005: Volume 6, Issue 3

Tracing E-mail

In this issue of Data2Know, our readers are given a step-by-step tutorial in tracing e-mail. Here, a few simple tactics in understanding the logistics of e-mail help investigators to trace the 95% of e-mail users who do not go out of their way (or are not savvy enough) to create false accounts and proxy themselves into oblivion. Also included in this issue is an article by guest author Bill Majeski of Majeski & Associates, a noted lecturer on neuro-linguistics and polygraph. In his article, Mr. Majeski discusses the action of "listening" and training oneself to be a better, more accurate listener. Finally, included in this issue are two book reviews and a notable action alert.

ALSO: Get informed with our "Industry Undercover" section---learn about a site dedicated to offering information on US industries, states, cities, trade events, etc.; find out where to go for in-depth coverage on domestic and international publically traded companies; discover airline registrations from around the globe; see what's new from Google; uncover an excellent source for locating experts in health and medicine; and read a publication targeted toward communications service providers.

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Data2Know Issue 2005: Volume 6, Issue 2

Stopping Plagiarism

In this issue of Data2Know we deal with stopping plagiarism in a neat and constructive way for those who hire us and for ourselves. Get in touch with the best ways to prevent or stop plagiarism on the Web. This issue also deals with business intelligence searches--where to go and what to do once you get there--and a book review of Online Competitive Intelligence: Increase Your Profits Using Cyber-Intelligence by Helen P. Burwell.

ALSO: Get informed with our "Industry Undercover" section---discover an online guide that covers print, online and Web sources in dozens of categories; find more information on RSS feeds; read about a site that offers a new advertising and marketing perspective; learn where every case involving science or health should begin; look into sites covering information on China and Ireland; read about a searching tool created by the author of the Investigator's Little Black Book; and dissect a list containing names and countries of foreign persons who were involved in situations where the BIS could not conduct a pre-license check or post-shipment verification.

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Data2Know Issue 2005: Volume 6, Issue 1

Utilizing TV and News

In this issue of Data2Know, the subject of utilizing the television and locating television shows and news is discussed. In the article "Television Part, Present & Future," we look at how and where to search for old television archives, as well as how to handle the current news and shows and anticipating what's to come. Also in the 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." Ms. Bates writes about Surferess.com and other deceiving Web sites.

ALSO: Get informed with our "Industry Undercover" section---find out about two online gateways to government information; learn about a site dedicated to helping reporters and editors on the Web; discover an online source for Holocaust-era insurance claims; get familiar with a list of trademarks and service marks; uncover anyone's birthday online; and read about a great place from which to launch your IP address search.

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