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By Margaret Berkland, Published on September 30, 1999

(Archived October 15, 1999)


Margaret's Bio Knowledge Management
http://www.brint.com/km/

This Website for businesses and business people is a resource for a large collection of knowledge management information. There is a explanation of the concept of knowledge management, articles, white papers, interviews, online forums, calendar of events, announcements, press releases, a book- store and a section of recent highlights.

useit.com: Jakob Nielsen's Website
http://www.useit.com/

This Website houses a five year archive of Jakob Nielsen's bi-weekly column on Web usability. Nielsen is a respected expert in the field and there is a wealth of valuable information concerning Website design in his articles. There is also access to Nielsen's papers and essays and recommendations of books pertinent to the subject of Website design.

 

Search Sites -- PC Magazine PC Labs
http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/stories/reviews/0,6755,2327803,00.html

PC Magazine rates and reviews fifteen popular search engines. There is a table showing the rating of each search engine in five areas. This is a short report that may be more useful to less experienced searchers. There is also a list of the editors best picks.

 

Web Search -- Past Issues
http://websearch.about.com/library/weekly/topicmenu.htm

This site is an archive of useful articles on searching the Web. Locating people on the Web, competitive intelligence and business searching, beginning to advanced tutorials, specialized and niche searching, finding clipart, MP3s, maps, screensavers, & webcams and much more. This Website is produced by About.com.

 

Y2K Country Statements -- UK FCO
http://www.fco.gov.uk/travel/dynpage.asp?Page=144

The Website is maintained by the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office. The site is designed to assist travelers, but it provides general useful insight into the Y2K preparedness of countries. Countries statement links are listed alphabetically. Y2K topics covered are business, energy, communications, transport, water, and health. More countries will be added.

 

Y2K Travel Warning
http://travel.state.gov/travel_warnings.html

The Website is maintained by the U.S. State Department. As with the UK site, this Website is designed to assist travelers in avoiding disruptions and complications resulting from lack of Y2K compliance. At this site, the Y2K information is included in already existing Travel Warnings and Consular Information Sheets. An overview consisting of a few paragraphs covers a country's Y2K preparedness.