Finding the Best, and Most Popular Web Sites
Goldborough, Reid, Black Issues in Higher Education
Finding the Best, and Most Popular, Web Sites
In just a decade the World Wide Web has grown from a physicist's research project into a gargantuan marketplace contributing hundreds of billions of dollars and millions of jobs to the nation's economy.
According to market research firm Cyveillance, three billion Web pages are now out there for your perusal. Some are more surfworthy than others.
In recent years a number of organizations, publications and Web sites have made qualitative designations of the best Web sites. Such designations are necessarily subjective and sometimes idiosyncratic, but useful nonetheless.
If you're looking for specific facts, you're …
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Publication information: Article title: Finding the Best, and Most Popular Web Sites. Contributors: Goldborough, Reid - Author. Magazine title: Black Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 17. Issue: 22 Publication date: December 21, 2000. Page number: 40. © 1999 Cox, Matthews & Associates. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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