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Google Book Scans Gain Harvard Appeal

Three thousand people may not sound like a lot, but it is relatively early in Google’s book scanning endeavor, and that number of Harvard students may be the vanguard of scanned book readership.

A Meaningful Positive Review

When you write books, you often find reviews written by everyone from newspaper columnists to full-time book critics to bloggers.

Review: Automating Security Patches and Spyware Management

You may have heard of a company called Shavlik. They were recently named as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America.

Indexes: An Overview and Maintenance for Performance

Many people know the importance of creating indexes on SQL Server database tables. Indexes greatly improve the performance of a database.

Google To Scan Millions of Library Books

Google announced yesterday that they have agreements with several large libraries to scan books whose copyrights have expired.

New Yahoo Toolbar Does Not Default Scan For Adware

Yahoo’s new beta stage toolbar contains a feature called Anti-Spy. This marks the first search engine toolbar to have a spyware remover integrated into it. As reported in a previous WebProNews article, Yahoo’s Anti-Spy beta is powered by PestPatrol, a third party software designed to combat spyware and other malicious programs.

Scanner Won’t Scan After Upgrade

Hi Carey:

My OS is Win 98 SE and had a perfectly running HP scanner 3530c untill I updated to IE6 from 5.5. Every time I try to scan something now an IE box opens (not the browser itself) and tells me I have an error on the script of this page and do I want to continue running it. No mater what I choose to do it scews up file://C:Program FilesHewlett-PackardDigital Imagingbbfedirectordirector.htm /line 261 char 4, which then adds more lines and characters as I try to get it to dissapear.