Searching the Web

A Student's Guide to the Deep Web

The Internet is a treasure trove of knowledge, especially for students in search of immediate information gratification. However, the ‘Net contains billions of files, and unless you know the exact URL of the one you want, you’re going to have to rely on search engines to help you unearth the info you need.  Search engines are...
Jan 14, 2015 |

Who's Searching For Me?

Ever wonder " who's searching for me "? Well if you have, don't worry its perfectly normal. In fact, 30% of all Google searches are people related. This sparked my interest and I began my mission to find out exactly who's searching for me.
Dec 26, 2014 |

Consider While Searching For an Affordable Web Development Company

A web development company executes many functions with their professional team of developers in the process of development and promotion. Companies interested in full time, part time or even freelancers can hire web developer or programmer as per their needs. Your hiring should be the best as per industry needs because your virtual programmers are...
Dec 26, 2014 |

Searching On the Web For Self - Employed Work

When looking at the landscape of #self-employed jobs, technology along with the #Internet are considered as the future of self-employment. This is because there are lots of alternatives accessible to people to begin on their very own. The choices offered are widespread, based on your skills, interests, and hobbies; it is possible to create your...
Dec 26, 2014 |

Searching For an Affordable Web Design Company

In today's world, a company without a website will not do as well when compared to a competitor with a website advertising its product/service. Searching for an affordable web design company to overshadow your competitors can seem like a daunting task if you don't do a bit of research beforehand. There's no need to go overboard with the...
Dec 26, 2014 |

Remembering '85, Mexico City public leaps into quake rescue

Baruch García stood at an intersection Tuesday afternoon after a deadly earthquake, trying to direct traffic away from a road cutting through La Condesa’s lush Parque México. On the other side of... Read More

Lessons in identity from Kurds and Catalans

One of the defining challenges in the 21st century has been how to balance demands for independence by certain peoples with the sanctity of national borders. Just in the coming days alone, two... Read More

Kremlin frets as Russia's once restive Islamist region takes up political Islam

Russia fought two bloody wars in its Caucasus republic of Chechnya, ostensibly to crush an emerging threat of Islamist extremism on its own soil. Mr. Kadyrov is imposing sharia (Islamic law) on... Read More