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LONDON, ANTWERP, AMSTERDAM - July 30, 2001 - IT-Enquirer and KM-Informer, the two first Web-based publications that are free of copyright, announce the availability of a linguistics-driven search engine with summairsation capabilities.

Users of IT-Enquirer and/or KM-Informer can now search these sites by entering search terms in a natural way. There is no need to learn Boolean search methods and the returned results are accurate and complete. Furthermore, users can consult a summarisation before they decide to navigate to the page the search engine has found.

As the amount of content grows on IT-Enquirer and KM-Informer, the linguistic search engine will help avoid information overload on these sites, and thus help make visiting IT-professionals, editors and journalists lives easier.

About IT-Enquirer

IT-Enquirer contains articles and background information on IT in general. All the information on IT-Enquirer is downloadable free of charge and free of copyright. The articles contain quotes and editorial on reports of all the major market research firms, including:

- Gartner Group, Giga Information Group, Forrester Research, Patricia Seybold Group, Butler Group, Bloor Research, IDC Research, Delphi Group, Ovum, Cahners In-Stat, META Group, Spex, etc.

IT-Enquirer is frequently updated.


About the Publisher, Erik Vlietinck, Ll.D.

Erik Vlietinck is a Belgian and a dr. of Law, currently dividing his time between Belgium, Holland and the UK. He has been writing on information technology for over 6 years now. For the time being, Erik takes charge of the content, design and organisation of these two sites.

This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Erik Vlietinck, D. of Law in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit