From a BBC article on a new Google feature that will alert web surfers about unsafe web sites — Google has started warning users if they are about to visit a webpage that could harm their computer. The warning will pop up if users click on a link to a page known to host spyware […]
In yet another example of how powerful the Google search engine is, the Korea Times is reporting that The Korean Ministry of Communication and Information has detected over 95,000 resident registration numbers that are obtainable on the Google search engine. From the article — The Ministry of Communication and Information said that it has detected […]
PBS has published a last name search that allows people to find out how common their last name ( surname ) is in the U.S., based on data from the social security index. You can use the last name search @ Last Name Search.
Someone should hire Katja Base as a skip tracer. The AP is reporting on this mother of 6, who used some street smarts, detective and investigative skills to track down some teen pranksters that vandalized her house. As a result of her amateur detective work, 6 teenagers are now facing vandalism charges. You can read […]
These “before” and “after” satellite images published by the New York Times online show the remarkably powerful information tools that satellite imagery and networked computers have put in the hands of the general public. You can click on the “July 12” button to see what Beirut looked like before the conflict with Israel began and […]