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Monday, November 22, 2004
More Details On Google Scholar
Resource Shelf's Shirl Kennedy and Gary Price have a look inside Google Scholar. Among the intersting tidbits:They also wonder how many people will find Google Scholar results and pay for the information, when they could access it for free at their local library. Google Scholar doesn't allow searching by date published, which could be very important for some searches. Also, the article notes that while Google is crawling the web for new articles, no one knows when the index is actually updated. Looks like Google has gotten a bit of a "black eye" from the Google Images debacle.
(via The Unofficial Google Weblog)

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