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# 1 : Thursday 26-1-2012 @ 23:45
 
 
So. As anyone explored?

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# 2 : Thursday 26-1-2012 @ 23:59
 
 
I don't think so. Tell us more!
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# 3 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 00:00
 
 
Oh my Gawd... have you become a sex offender?!
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# 4 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 01:37
 
 
Intrigued...tell us more, oh sage!
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# 5 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 05:21
 
 
Someone said :
Oh my Gawd... have you become a sex offender?!

Don't be ridiculous. I can still get my hole in Jurassic if needs must. There's more to the deep web than filthy perverts.
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# 6 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 05:38
 
 
Moderators, delete this thread. God forbid anyone might let curiosity get the better of them and end up encountering The Grifter. I couldn't have that on my conscience.
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# 7 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 08:53
 
 
Wikepedia article on deep web, a phrase I had not heard of before this thread:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invisible_Web
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# 8 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 09:20
 
 
Someone said :
So. As anyone explored?


have you?
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# 9 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 09:28
 
 
It's a pity that you can't search through books that are out of copyright - there are these two search databased EEBO (Early English Books Online) and ECCO (Eighteenth Century Collections Online) that allow you to search for anything, literally anything, in every printed English language resource from 1400 to 1800 (might even be 1900) - kinda amazing - but not free unfortunately.
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# 10 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 11:35
 
 
There's a lot of guff spoken about this. What the deep web actually is, is all content not indexed by search engines. It's several times bigger than the searchable web.
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# 11 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 19:03
 
 
Someone said :
Wikepedia article on deep web, a phrase I had not heard of before this thread:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invisible_Web

very interesting nice to learn something new
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# 12 : Friday 27-1-2012 @ 20:41
 
 
It's basically why the web was invented in the first place. Scientists used it long before it became popular with the general public.
The uses the great unwashed put it to are just candy floss compared to it's original purpose.
DEEP WEB is nothing new.
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