Net neutrality gives us the freedom to access anything on the Web without restrictions, boundaries, or tiered levels of access.
Public domain images - images that are freely available for any use - are numerous on the Web. Here are 12 high quality Web resources for public domain images that you can use for private or commercial purposes.
Using the subtraction symbol, you can exclude specific terms from your search query, making your search more effective.
If you've ever tried to find someone on the Web, you've probably come across a lot of sites that try to "sell" you information. You don't have to buy this info - it's available for free on the Web. Keep reading to find out how you can tap into these free people search sites.
Learn about anonymous Web browsing, what it is, why you might be interested in it, how much information is easily learned about you via your Web surfing habits, anonymous proxies and services, and more.
Need a good search engine? Here is a comprehensive list of the top search engines on the Web.
Save time and energy using ingenious shortcuts for common online tasks, like tracking down the original source of an image, creating a URL, and weeding through lots of search results.
Dark Web, DarkNet, Silk Road, Tor, bitcoins....what does all of this mean? Find out in this beginner's guide to the Dark Web.
Tim Berners-Lee is one of the most important people behind the history of the Web as we know it today. Learn more about Tim Berners-Lee and how the World Wide Web got started.
Zillow is a great (free!) service that allows you to find your estimated home price, along with many other home appraisal services. Find out more about Zillow in