Information Superhighway May Become a Toll-Road

Net neutrality is a principle that affects the very essence of the way the internet functions. At the core of the debate, is whether the internet is a resource and public service, such as municipal water and power, or whether it is a privatized delivery mechanism like...

Internet Equality and a Tiered Network

The internet has been used to level the playing field in all industries, including the ones within it.  Online, everyone is equal due to network neutrality; that is, there is no preferential treatment given to any traffic, but that may change in 2009. Google has...

Instant Messaging: Is It Good for Your Practice?

Instant messaging isn’t just for teens anymore. “IM’ing,” as we experts (or addicts) like to call it, is quickly gaining popularity in workplaces across the country. But instant messaging at work is a kind of double-edged sword – it definitely has its benefits as one...

Search figures for June 2008

The latest U.S. figures from comScore are in for June 2008, and Yahoo & Microsoft saw gains in search market share, while Google surpassed 7 billion searches in June. Here are the percentages of searches handled in the U.S. by the top 5 engines: 1. Google –...

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