Have you ever been working on a file on your laptop, then go to retrieve it at work and realize you left the laptop at home? Do you have several computers in the home, and have to kick a family member off of one computer so you can email a document to yourself or save [...]
On the Internet, nobody knows your site is a dog (to paraphrase the famous New Yorker cartoon). At least not yet. Semantic search engine Hakia wants to change that. Ask.com is not the only search engine rolling out a redesign today. So is Hakia, which is introducing tabs to its search interface. One of the tabs is “credible sites.” These are results from sites that have been vetted by librarians and information specialists (although anyone can suggest sites). So far, Hakia has built out a directory of credible sites around health, medical, and environmental issues.