Google has an intricate system in place in order to handle the billions of searches that occur each day. It certainly doesn’t seem that way when we decide to open up Google in our web browsers to search for something as simple as, “How much food should we feed our dogs?” but something pretty amazing is happening behind your computer screen.
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It’s no big secret that the Internet is changing the way we spend money, interact socially, conduct business, and portray our personalities to the world. What may be shocking is that this Internet revolution is actually leaving many individuals, companies, and entire countries behind due to socioeconomic divides. As we enter a political era that is anything but content, the growth of the Internet only further increases the disparity between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots.’ Continue reading Enter The Digital Divide (Infographic)