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The Google Zeitgeist 2013 report reveals world's biggest issues and interests. Google released their annual Zeitgeist report Tuesday, rounding up the top 10 trending and most searched terms on the Internet this year. Related: The list, which has been
Google has released its 2013 Zeitgeist , its annual breakdown of what people searched for online this year. That included data for searches in the U.S. for new car models in two forms: most searched, and trending...Trending measures the increase in
Zeitgeist sums up the most popular searches and trends each year. What I didn't know is that Google has been doing this since 2004. Each year they remove and add categorizes that illustrate just what was going on in United States (and in the world).
Redbacks after bagging their third Sheffield Shield victory with a win over New South Wales. THE Zeitgeist would suggest an Australian victory is inevitable...S Paper Talk features Roy Keane's opinion, Gareth Bale's mum and Rafael Benitez's donkey...
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As we all remember from school, the October holiday of Halloween is an ancient pagan celebration of competitive whimsy and topicality. Want to prove you have read the newspaper at least once in the past year? Thursday, the 31, is your night. In
Previous Here's a preview of this week's International Business Times Magazine: Africa's New York Connor Sheets finds unexpected common ground in one of the world's richest, poorest, most raucous, bewildering and beguiling cities Lagos, Nigeria.
Satan Came to Eden" Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller's film, set in the Galapagos Islands in the 1930s, will debut at the Telluride fest on Thursday. One day before its world premiere at the Telluride film festival, Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller 's
How the Venus Project is redesigning the future Is is possible to create a radically different society? One where material possessions are unnecessary, where buildings are created in factories, where mundane jobs are automated? Would you want to live
Immersion, an MIT data mining tool Wondering what kind of information can be gleaned from your metadata? A new project, years in the works, from MIT's Media Lab maps out your social networks all by tapping into your email metadata similar to the