Whilst scientists support the principle of open-access publishing, few are willing to publish papers in open-access sources.
Freebase and SlideRocket are two tools which may be useful if you have to prepare a lot of presentations.
A different approach to web page design and maintenance is suggested in a 2011 article by Kristine Schachinger.
A review of 2010 from the perspective of search engine design.
The view of the World Wide Web provided by general search engines, such as Google, is very limited. A recent study suggests that the “surface” Web (accessed by general search engines) consists of about 167 terabytes of information, whilst the “Deep” web holds about 91 000 terabytes. Special services have been developed to explore the Deep Web. Find out more . . .
According to a report in the New York Times Google has been working on an artificial intelligence project to drive cars!
Automatic translation can provide some unintentional humour!
Is “open-access” publishing necessarily a good idea?
There is often a surprisingly large amount of personal information that has found its way into the Google indexes: would you like to be informed when a site sends such information to Google? If so, and you use Mozilla Firefox as your browser and Windows XP, Windows 7 or Vista as your operating system, then Google Alarm could be just the application for you.
According to a 2010 study published by Wired magazine, the answer is that the World Wide Web is in decline!