Deep Web Tech’s Newest Member

Deep Web Technologies has a soft spot for fuzzy creatures.  This is the newest member of our team, Arthur the mighty black bear. We received the letter, below, last week commemorating Arthur’s release into the wild. Of course, this was after plumping himself on porridge in preparation for the winter. We have not found any real work for Arthur […]

Searching for Talent: We found Nick Canafax

Deep Web Technologies is buzzing with new ideas, thoughts and blog posts thanks to our new Business Development Coordinator, Nicholas Canafax.  December 1st marks the official start of Nick’s career here at Deep Web Tech, although he served as an intern for a short two months before we said, “Nick, we simply can’t live without […]

Deep Web Tech is Back in the Air

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s an over-used intro! We wanted to let all of our readers know that we will be attending the ALA 2011 Midwinter Meeting, January 7-11. The Midwinter Meeting is in sunny San Diego, CA at the San Diego Convention Center. Our President Abe Lederman said, “We will be meeting with some of […]

Searching For Federated Talent– Deep Web Tech Welcomes Exiquio Cooper-Anderson

That’s a picture of his beautiful daughter, not one of our consultants.  Deep Web Technologies just made a few more connections! We would like to welcome Exiquio (E zee ke o) Cooper-Anderson, Connector Developer, one of the newest members of our connector team since October 25th! Our connector development team is at the core of our business model. […]

Discovery Services: Over-Hyped and Under-Performed *updated*

**(12/2/2010) Updated section “Full-text or metadata only” This blog article is written by Abe Lederman, President and CTO of Deep Web Technologies: A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of attending the Charleston Conference. It was my first time attending this conference and also my first time in Charleston, South Carolina, a city […]

If Google might be doing it…

Last week (on November 23rd) Sol wrote an article for the Federated Search Blog, Beyond search results bias, which raises the concern over search result bias by Google and by discovery services. Sol refers to the allegation by Harvard Professor Benjamin Edelman that Google is biasing some of its search results by first displaying results […]

Thanksgiving Statistics: Deep Web Tech Style

Deep Web Tech would like to celebrate this Thanksgiving with some mind-bending statistics. 13.8 pounds of turkey are consumed by the average American each year, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 242 million turkeys were raised in the United States in 2010, down 2 percent from the prior year. While the total number of […]

Deep Web Tech Returns Home– Interns Exhale

Abe and Andy came home from their Charleston and D.C. trip to find the coffee maker had been replaced with a Mountain Dew dispenser, and new employees were being inducted into the company by a dodge ball firing squad. Maybe they left the interns alone too long… The trips went off without a hitch (see “Going the […]

Searching For Federated Talent: Deep Web Technologies Welcomes Yu Hong

Deep Web Technologies just got a little more intelligent!  We would like to welcome Yu Hong Qin, the newest member to our Quality Assurance (QA) Department, since September 1st! Hailing all the way from Qing Dao, China, Yu Hong Qin has graced Deep Web Tech with her supercharged brain power; a Master’s Degree in Economics from University […]

Going the Distance: Deep Web Takes Flight

Deep Web Technologies is tearing away from our countless hours of work slaying technology problems, deep in the heart of Santa Fe, to hit the road! Don’t worry– we didn’t tell our interns so at least someone will be there to check the mail, feed our fish, and rebuild the super computer. Itinerary:     […]