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Julian Assange on Governments as Networks

During the war on terror, government agencies began modelling terrorist groups as networks of conspirators.  Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, uses this same model to critique and work against the organizations that made it.  In his three short essays and papers, “The non linear effects of leaks on unjust systems of governance,” “State and Terrorist […]

Iran’s Loss of Power in the Global Economic Network

With Iran’s rise as a potential nuclear power, it is no surprise that Israel, along with its Western allies, is becoming increasingly worried. Military action, however, seems unlikely considering the little success US had in Iraq and Afghanistan…at least for now. Instead, Israel and its allies continue to impose sanctions against Iran, with the hope […]

Can Anyone Compete Against Google?

This article mainly discusses the research a market- research firm called Millward Brown conducts yearly to determine the economic worth of the world’s largest brands. The main focus of this article was Google and whether it truly is the leading search engine in the nation. Some of the most recent reports value Google at more […]

Is PageRank Worth It?

Aspiring techies and veteran technologists alike are always looking for new and improved ways to optimize every line of code they write.  From loops to simple print statements, computer savvy individuals always want to ensure they are executing functions as fast as possible and cutting out unneeded data and information along the way.  Interestingly enough, […]

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