Why are we not talking about how many teachers are on strike?

In the wake of last week’s fatal shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the media is reporting that the teachers’ strike is about $6 billion over budget, not $6.5 billion.However, that number is based on a report from the Congressional Budget Office that uses the wrong assumptions about how much teachers are actually being paid.A […]

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Boxer Engine: Boxer engines are not just engines, but a whole suite of software packages

Boxer engine software packages have been around for decades, but their popularity has been on the rise in recent years, with companies such as Google and Amazon introducing more powerful versions to the market.Now, however, a new search engine is attempting to shake things up by offering a package that aims to compete with the […]

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Search engines could be the next big thing in sports information, says Mark Zuckerman

Search engines, which have become the go-to source of all kinds of sports information and stats, have a long history of getting more powerful.But it’s been a slow start.The latest update to the Internet Archive’s search engine engine, Bing, says it will start using the technology this summer, but the details about how that might […]

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How to Search for a Social Engineering Attack on a Google Search Engine

“Search engines are a big source of misinformation.People often look at the terms that people put in search engines, and it’s the terms they want to see.So you have a lot of misinformation in the search engines.”— Dr. Richard C. Lauten, President, Search Engine Alliance for a More Efficient World article Google searches are the […]

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