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The Power Of The Internet Search Engine Never Ceases To Amaze Me

February 27th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

If you think about it, the computer has completely changed our world. Infinite things that we used to do outside of the home are now accomplished in cyberspace. The convenience is outstanding. With the speed of cable Internet we are able to watch movie trailers, download music, and make quick business transactions with hardly any effort. How often do you pop open an Internet search engine on any given day? Well, if you’re like most of us, probably a lot. The information, photos, downloads, and products that can be found through an Internet search engine are phenomenal. These trusty digital tools have become part of our daily lives.

I recall the first time I popped open an Internet search engine. I wasn’t exactly computer savvy at the time. I had just heard that I could look up anything I wanted. It’s amazing how these websites can take us on a ride to places around the world. In cyberspace, travel is so quick and inexpensive. With the number of Internet search engines at your beck and call, you’re surely to locate whatever you desire. From Yahoo to Google, and Lycos to AskJeeves, the list of Internet search engines is rather profound.

With the Internet, we are clearly able to shop for any and all products. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for baby supplies or rare Baseball cards, the World-Wide-Web will provide you with some results to tickle your fancy. After testing out a number of Internet search engines in college, I honestly found Google to be the most helpful. When researching literature and historical writers for papers, Google typically came up with the best results. I’m sure that each Internet search engine has something substantial to offer a variety of people and needs. I found that it is wise to take advantage of various Internet search engines when doing an important search. You may find that some have additional sites to offer.

When it comes to the Internet, you can’t lose. These magnificent innovations have certainly made life a great deal easier for all of us. If you don’t typically browse the web, hop online and see what you can find. There is a whole cyberspace out there that can put you in touch with places around the globe. Once you find that perfect Internet search engine, anything is possible. There are too many incredible things at your fingertips, not to give it a try.

John Mailer

  1. Brayden
    February 27th, 2013 at 04:02 | #1

    Isn't the 21st century going to be amazing? What are you most looking forward in this century?
    Isn’t the 21st century going to be amazing? What are you most looking forward in this century?
    **–Read below if you fancy..if not, just answer the question above–***

    When you sit back and look at it, we’re at the cusp of so -very- much.
    We’re at the cusp of perpetuating the average human life well into the hundreds of years — in better health than ever before (we can do this with science, we no longer need to wait for evolution). Also, while we live, especially with medicine replacing surgery more and more; humans will be able, absent immediately lethal trauma, to live, hypothetically, near aliment free for most, if not all, of their lives — especially with the revelations surrounding the potential, potential of stem cells.

    We stared to in the 20th century and will continue to, explore space. If there is intelligent life, carbon or other wise, and they’re able to reach Earth, they’d have to be so advanced (possibly crossing from the other side of the universe), that, as it stands now, our primitive weapons would prove futile. The pressure is on to be able to protect humanity, as a whole, from potential nonhuman treats and with each day, we see space starting to be explored and developed in — working towards being able to ensure the welfare of humanity

    Many would agree that fossil fuels were only meant to be used as a transition from manipulating intellectually inferior animals to do our ‘dirty work’ for us, to using self-propelled, self-powered -‘GREEN’- machines.
    Humans finally have developed, on the back of fossil fuels, ‘green energy technology’ — we’re at a point where we no longer need fossil fuels; we’ve gotten to where we are today thanks to them, but now it’s time to say goodbye to fossil fuels and humanity, slowly, is starting to do so.
    We’ve staring to develop integrated wing aircraft and/also supersonic 21st century jet aircraft that are safer and more stable than before. Also, there are trips to space, for civilians, on the horizon (Russia has ceased providing trips to space for civilians).

    Lastly, while born in the late 20th century, information technology is going to have its teenage growth spurt in the 20th century. It’s estimated that by 1949, a $1000 dollar computer will exceed the computational power of the the whole -estimated- 9.1 billion humans.

    I’m 16 and my life time is going to be so amazing. Human technology won’t mature for centuries. So, while I life, I’ll see rapid development of technology…it’s so exciting. Yes, we -STILL- have problems, but as humans have always done, we will meet, and solve all that lies before us. I think I’m very fortunate to be born at such a pivotal time in humanity.

    Isn’t the 21st century going to be amazing? What are you most looking forward in this century?
    in the 21st century*

  2. ?*“*•.rachel.•*“*?
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:04 | #2

    Yes i totally agree. sure our ansectors did have a rough time, as there was not many electronics hardly at all back then.. but we thank for all teh inventors for making our modern lives alot easier.. : } we now have the rest of our lives to experience the joys of our much loved new technology.. lol
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  3. Shamrock
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:06 | #3

    "Isn’t the 21st century going to be amazing? What are you most looking forward in this century?"

    I can’t say that the twenty first century will run its full course, or even that I’ll be alive tomorrow, for that matter! I’m not trying to sound pessimistic, but I’m not looking forward to anything as the world promises us nothing.
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  4. who is #1?
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:08 | #4

    I never got the flying car they promised by now. I remember when it was said that automation would give us all so much leisure time that humans could devote ourselves to art, etc . . Computers were going to make society paperless. The hippies could not levitate the Pentagon. LSD did not transform human consciousness.

    What I’m looking forward to is finally fixing and/or perfecting all the stuff which is only half finished. Like for example Freedom based on individual rights in America. Like having nuclear power instead of that wimpy do-gooder green energy which won’t amount to a bucket of spit toward meeting our energy needs. Like a REAL space program, not some bread boxes remotely controlled. Use the "High Frontier" to beam power back to earth. Find a way to get the commie government’s hand out of my pocket, we’ve been struggling with that one for a long time, let’s figure it out and DO IT.

    What I’m really looking forward to in the 21st century (and we’re 40 years behind on it now) is taking over this solar system. Will we do it?
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  5. bravozulu
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:10 | #5

    It is nice to hear from a fellow optimist. I don’t expect quite so much with what I have left though. I am dubious that they will work out how to extend life in that short of time. They would probably have to do a little engineering of the genome to fix some of forced obsolescence programing that has been built into us.

    I am looking forward to the advancement of camera and computer technology. Before you were born, I drove 300 miles up to Silicon Valley to buy a hard drive that was about 50 megabyte for only something like 500 bucks. Now you can get a 2 terabyte drive for half that amount. You can store several hours of video on a tiny chip. They have been doubling the hard drives and computer speed ever couple of years but I think that is going to level off. Does anyone really a hard drive bigger than 2 terabytes but they have been saying that for a long time. Perhaps in a couple of decades they will have personal cameras that take much higher resolution than HD with the ability to store thousands of hours of video and much better video screens. TV will probably be 5K or 5 times the resolution of HD.

    I never expected the internet to be so useful and it has all happened pretty much in your very short life. It has really changed the world. You can google almost anything you need to find out about from how to make thermonuclear warheads to the current state of the science behind aging. Google search engine is really an astonishingly fast search. Who knows what other wonders await us.
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  6. West
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:12 | #6

    i cant wait to see the medical breakthroughs of the 21st century. the internet is going to be awesome. its amazing cuz i can use the internet to somone on the otherside of the world with video. imagine what it will be like in 30 years or so. maybe all phones will use video feed or whatever. its like instant communication.
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  7. Kayce
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:14 | #7

    I’m looking forward to underwater exploration, especially in the ocean, and better utilization of marine resources.
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  8. dansmith1234
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:16 | #8

    I want the flying car!!!!
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