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Do Red Light Cameras Make Intersections Safer?

Every few years a major "new" study is released by the auto insurance industry showing that red light cameras make intersections safer.  That is what the headline usually says, at least. Traffic intersections with signal lights can be enforced using cameras that detect when a

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Are Groupon Offers Worth It?

Someone complained when I made the comment that shoppers may tire quickly of Groupon’s daily deals now that the initial buzz has worn off. My point what that when Groupon started the idea of a sky diving lessons or massages for low prices was compelling

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Legal to Search Cell Phone Without a Warrant

Although the case is being misinterpreted all over the Internet, it is true that police officers and other government law enforcement agencies can search your cell phone without first obtaining a warrant. The part that everyone is leaving out, is that they may search your

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Why Google Is Broken – Title Tag

Counting links is the core of Google’s ranking algorithm. The idea that the more incoming links a webpage has the greater its “authority” or the more highly recommended it is has powered Google search for a long time. Unfortunately, one of the main reasons Google

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Why Google Is Broken

There has been a lot of talk recently about the amount of spam that appears in Google’s search engine rankings. Indeed, the once vaunted, gold-standard, of Internet search has come under an increasingly critical eye as technology writers re-examine what was a non-issue. Many of

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Truth About Facebook

I finally stumbled across a mainstream journalist who refuses to buy into the hype around Facebook and call it like everyone who isn’t a techie blogger sees it. Facebook doesn’t make all that much money now (profit-wise) and its only hope for the future is