Lets's Talk Computers - Prentice Hall  July 31, 2004
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Prentice Hall
Interview on July 31, 2004
Search Engines     Guest: Tara Calishain
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference is a leading publisher of quality computer science and engineering books and software for technical professionals, developed and authored by the world's leading technology experts. PHPTR is a unit of Pearson Technology Group, an operating unit of Pearson Education, which is a part of Pearson plc (NYSE: PSO), the international media company.

Noted author, Tara Calishain releases Prentice Hall's "Web Search Garage". Tara Calishain is an expert on Internet search engines and creator of the site, ResearchBuzz. Tara combines a multitude of search tips, tricks, and strategies that covers multiple search engines to help refine anyone's Internet research skills.
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