SOS Online

McLester, Susan
April 2000
Tech & Learning;Apr2000, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p63
Features various Internet sites for users looking for help. Includes Ask Jeeves, which let users ask in plain English; Google search engine, which prides itself on delivering more highly relevant search results; Service991.com, which also has services for schools.


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