Ever try to get to a Web site and see one of those cryptic error messages; you know the ones that alert you that something has gone awry, but don't really give you any actionable information? I've written up seven of the most common Web server error messages that you'll encounter on the Web, along with ideas for getting around those messages and getting to the site you want. Here we go:
More Web troubleshooting resources
Google's image search is one of the best sources for finding an image online. Learn more about this service and read Advanced Image Search with Google. You'll learn:
- Basic image search
- Advanced image search
- How to view and filter your search results
- How to keep your image searches safe
Whether you're looking for DIY ideas for a birthday party, killer recipes for a potluck, or hairstyles of the rich and famous that you can duplicate at home, you'll find it all and much, MUCH more at Pinterest, an extremely fast-growing site that has become the go-to place on the Web for gorgeous images from all walks of life.
Feel like a walk down the virtual memory lane? Try The Internet Archive, a great site that has been archiving web pages since 1996.
Go back to the future: Okay, Marty McFly, here's some more historical stuff for you:
- Online Archives: I've put together a good, basic list of online archives for you, with everything from the National Archives to Papyrus Archives (ancient Egyptian hieroglypics!) to Simpsons Archives.
- The Worst Software Bugs in History: a look at some pretty serious viruses through the years.
- Ancient Egypt History on the Web: amazing sites all about Egyptian history.
- This Day In History: fascinating way to look at history.
- A Short History of the Internet: Internet history is interesting, if for nothing else than it's fascinating to see how far we've come in so short a time. Read this short history of the Internet, and learn more about the Internet history timeline.