February 2003: The Month in Review on SearchWebServices.com

Who loves ya', baby! Okay, so we didn't send you a sampler of Valentine's Day chocolates, but we can offer you an assortment of tasty Web services content. February's birthstone is the amethyst, which was thought in olden times to increase intelligence and make its owner more successful in business -- and hey, it supposedly prevented drunkenness to boot. Enjoy the next best thing to amethyst: our February 'Month in Review.'


February 2003 [ Go back to The Month in Review main page ]

Who loves ya', baby! Okay, so we didn't send you a sampler of Valentine's Day chocolates, but we can offer you an assortment of tasty Web services content. February's birthstone is the amethyst, which was thought in olden times to increase intelligence and make its owner more successful in business -- and hey, it supposedly prevented drunkenness to boot. Enjoy the next best thing to amethyst: our February 'Month in Review.'

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