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Fourteen years ago, a pasty Irish teenager with a flair for inventions arrived at Edinburgh University to study artificial intelligence and computer science. For his thesis project, Ian Clarke created "a Distributed, Decentralised Information Storage and Retrieval System", or, as a less precise person might put it, a revolutionary new way for people to use the internet without detection. By downloading Clarke's software, which he intended to distribute for free, anyone could chat online, or read or set up a website, or share files, with almost complete anonymity. "It seemed so obvious that that was what the net was supposed to be about – freedom to communicate," Clarke says now. "But [back then] in the late 90s that simply wasn't the case.
Posted on 28 Mar 2013 at 10:50 Google sees only a fraction of the content that appears on the internet. Stuart Andrews finds out what's lurking in the deep web When Google indexes so many billions of web pages that it doesn’t even bother listing the number any more, it’s hard to imagine that much lies beyond its far-reaching tentacles. Beneath, however, lies an online world that few know exists. It’s a realm of huge, untapped reserves of valuable information containing sprawling databases, hidden websites and murky forums.
What is Dark Internet, How to Access Onion Domains and Configure Hosting for the Dark Web | Roger DaviesWhat if I said there was Internet beyond what you can normally ’see’?
Those Dark Hiding Places: The Invisible Web Revealed - Robert J. Lackie, Associate Professor-Librarian, Rider University Note: Site no longer being updated (Final Version can be found in PDF form here ) "If only I had known!" was the bitter cry of the searcher who relied just on search engines to search the Web.
(Some of this was copied from BB.com, I'm just bringing it to TBN) For those who don't know, the deep web represents a gargantuan part of the internet which is not accessible through regular searches via google or other search engines. Searching on the Internet today can be compared to dragging a net across the surface of the ocean.
Note: The Settings Manager that you see above is not an image; it is the actual Settings Manager. Click the tabs to see different panels, and click the options in the panels to change your Adobe Flash Player settings. The list of websites above is stored on your computer only, so that you can view or change your privacy settings. Adobe has no access to this list, or to any of the information that the websites may have stored on your computer. Use this panel to specify privacy settings for any of the websites that you have visited.
What's the best way to learn mindmapping? Is it complicated? Is there a "right way" to do it? I've heard these questions from almost everyone who has seen me using mind maps for presentations , data/information management , project planning , and more. First, mind mapping isn't difficult, and it's easy to learn.
There is a set of ten guidelines that you can use to organize your thinking via mind maps . We’ve introduced mind maps here at Thoughtwrestling in previous posts. Now we’re going to share some of the best mind mapping tips with you, tips that came from the inventor of mind mapping. Who invented mind maps? Tony Buzan is widely credited with coining the term mind map .
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