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Re: Aussies Could Turn Web Search Upside Down
Posted by: Robert Jaques 2005-09-10 14:44:38
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Australian researchers have patented a method of exploring the web which they claim could revolutionize existing search engines. Developed by Ori Allon, a 26 year-old PhD student from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), the Orion search engine is designed to complement searches conducted on services such as Google, Yahoo or MSN Search. Allon explained that conventional search engines find pages in which keywords occur and that sometimes these pages are important to the topic, but at other times are not.

Re: Aussies Could Turn Web Search Upside Down
Posted by: georgehere 2005-09-10 14:46:43 In reply to: Robert Jaques
Australia: Telephone Sharing is here.
VOIP services may prove to be obsolete.
PCs user can now call anywhere to anywhere planet wide for the cost of a local call or make free calls forever. Intercom Pages is offering Internet users a means to share their Telephone lines with other users.
The technology works like file sharing but in this case shares broadband connections and plain old telephone lines allowing user to call anyone anywhere.
In the case example user 'Kylie in Melbourne Australia' can request 'Mel's PC' in LA, USA to dial a local telephone number and connect the telephone call back into the internet so Kylie in Melbourne can talk to her friends in the United States.
FREE CALLS. In many cases around the world Telco's offer free local calls and user who have this free call option can offer other users totally free calls in their area.
Business, community groups or budding entrepreneurs can establish their own
Telecommunication networks for less than $US666 and users can engage in planet wide unlimited calls for less than $50 per year.
Gippsland IT in Australia are the inventors of this Patent Pending technology and expects that their new version 'Telephone Sharing' to grow believing that as 'Telephone Sharing expands and evolves it will place considerable economic pressures upon standard Voip providers and other services worldwide'.
Intercompages.com officially start 30 September.
Telephone Sharing is here. Pat.Pend www.intercompages.com
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It demonstrates that all critical infrastructure sectors are at high risk of disruption by cybercriminals.
Everyone will be paying for this attack in the form of higher energy costs.
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