Gary Price

Gary Price is a librarian, author, and an online information analyst based in suburban Washington, DC. He is the co-founder and co-editor of INFOdocket and FullTextReports.com and prior to that was founder/editor of ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. He has worked for Blekko, Ask.com, and at Search Engine Watch where he was news editor. In 2001, Price was the co-author (with Chris Sherman) of the best-selling book The Invisible Web.

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Four Seriously Cool Information Resources

As a librarian, researcher and frequent blogger, I’m constantly coming across incredibly useful online information resources that are most...

Commerce

A Roundup Of New U.S. Government Search Tools

The U.S. government generates a wealth of useful and interesting information. Despite excellent government-oriented search engines like USA.gov and...

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How To Track U.S. Congress Members’ Tweets

Many U.S. Senators and Representatives are tweeting opinions, updates, images, documents, etc. these days, and Twitter can be a very useful, if not...

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Academic, But Valuable: A Free Alert Service

JournalTOCS, sponsored by Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh Scotland, is a free service that has been online for many years and provides alerts for...

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Official: The Google Wonder Wheel Is Gone

A Google spokesperson has informed Search Engine Land that the Google Wonder Wheel feature has been taken offline. The spokesperson said that the...

Google

Google Book Search Adds Seven New Features

Today, Brandon Badger, Product Manager, Google Books, announced on the Inside Google Book Search Blog, seven, that’s right seven, new features and...

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Why I’m Bullish On Mobile Search

I am a strong believer in the future of mobile search or what I prefer to call mobile access to information. This takes into account not only what we...

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Of Permanent Value: Archiving The Web

I love working for Ask.com as Director of Online Information Resources and also compiling and editing ResourceShelf and DocuTicker. Yes, it’s a...