History

How temperature controlling technology can help to preserve ancient historical artefacts

October 12, 2018
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  When you visit a museum or gallery, it can be hard to imagine that the items in the glass case are hundreds or even thousands of years old. It can make you wonder which modern day items which we use every day and take for granted may remain for future generations to marvel over […]

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The 3 Greatest Moments In Data Science History

October 7, 2018
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Data science has come a long way since it first came into existence. The advent of Internet and social media has made data science an inevitable part of our lives. Almost every advertisement that you come across on the social media is a result of data science. The products that involve the use of artificial […]

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A Brief History Lesson of Search Engine Optimization

June 27, 2018
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Search Engine Optimization, SEO for short, matters. Everybody knows this nowadays. If you’re anything that has anything remotely to do with maintaining a website, you will undoubtedly have heard about SEO, know about SEO, maybe even researched it, and you will definitely have received spam from sketchy companies promising to take you to first place […]

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Education & the iPad: The Top Tips and Apps for School-Age Children

April 30, 2012
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It is no secret that iPads are widely used by students and teachers nowadays. Some US educational establishments support the complete integration of iPads into classrooms so that students and teachers can upgrade the old-fashioned learning process using these up-to-date gadgets that are available all over the USA. Users who only use the iPad for […]

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“Usenet” – What it is, Benefits & Free trial!

February 7, 2012
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The Usenet was developed at the University of North Carolina in the year 1979 by students Tom Truscott, Jim Ellis and Steve Bellovin. It is a global network of commercial grade servers wherein members can post and download messages as well as files to more than 100,000 themed discussion groups called “newsgroups”. The so called “binary newsgroups” are […]

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