An annual ranking of the most technologically savvy higher education institutions by Yahoo Internet Life magazine, a Ziff-Davis publication.

The editors keep their formula secret, so schools do now know what is weighted how. Seems a bit overly concerned with things like amount of space students have for web pages, whether or not there are public kisoks, and less concerned about whether teachers can use technology, or if students have ubiquitous access to computer technology. Schools that provide everyone with their own computer (like Drew University) are probably weighted low, because of the lack of need for computer labs in the dorms or for 24 hour computer labs.

Many important schools like Princeton, the University Of Michigan, and Stanford opted out of the survey, because the methodology was hidden, and they figured they could get away with it.