Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 10:07:33 -0500
From: Grant Barrett gbarrett[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]JERRYNET.COM
Subject: Clipping Services

A clipping service that I have taken to using is Inquisit. It searches about 600
publications and newswires and emails you the clippings it finds, all for a
flat feet. There is a two-week trial period, and after that it's 12.95 a month,
a very reasonable cost, considering that most of the clipping services I looked
into charge a per-article fee.

I prefer to have the articles arrive in my email box, because then I can apply a
sort/file maneuver to them and they are easily forwarded to other interested
parties. Newstracker requires just a little more effort than I have time for.

Grant Barrett

Date: 2/10/98 6:15 PM
To: Grant Barrett
From: Dennis Baron
The Hindu runs these columns regularly. I download them with my newstracker web
browser, which is set to track all news items involving language, English, and
related keywords. I recommend the service to all ADSers... it's free. The
website for newstracker is:
it gives you the latest news and a service for setting up a tracker for any
topic you want. it was great during the ebonics controversy last year...I got
all the stuff from the california papers, etc.