Even if the Internet permeates literally every aspect of our daily lives, many users still experience a considerable gap between the virtual and non-virtual reality. The web often fails to keep up with the rapid development and changes happening in the urban infrastructure. Fortunately, users can now get a firmer grasp on this type of information with Uphours.com, a brand new portal which offers key data about all brick-and-mortar shops located in the US.
Nobody can deny the internet is an excellent source of information about any given topic. But when it comes to physical reality, the web is still lagging behind. Users interested in finding practical data about their local shops and service providers will probably turn to their search engines and browse online business directories. And the latter are nearly always hard to navigate and feature data which might be outdated or simply fragmentary.
Australian consumers looking for a reliable source of business data are in luck. AuBiz is a functional and user-friendly directory which provides key data about every single company located and operating in Australia. What sets AuBiz apart from other online directories is the emphasis its creators put on usability and user experience.
Looking for business information about company structures and top executives, users usually end up on online business directories which are neither easy nor pleasant to use. Most often they're built in a non user-friendly way and consumers find it hard to navigate through their complex labyrinthine structures.
It's amazing how the web still proves to be way too complex and inadequate when it comes to searching information about opening times of local brick-and-mortar shops, restaurants and services. Many users find the task of finding such information simply daunting – especially if the data in question is about a local branch of a store or restaurant chain . Fortunately, Timeo.co.uk comes to their rescue – this brand new platform helps to find key practical informational about such ventures in a matter of seconds.
During the last few years we've seen a gradual growth of online resources that help to guide us through various aspects of our lives at any time and any place. Education has fortunately not been left out from this development and nowadays we can count on various services to facilitate our school choice by granting access to heaps of informative statistical data that would otherwise be hard to acquire and analyze. Parents in England and Poland can now easily choose from multitudes of schooling options thanks to the arrival of Eduranking.pl and EduInfo.co.uk, both devoted to exploring the meanders of the education systems of their respective countries.
Remember our Best Edu Websites contest? As promised, we’ve looked through all educational sites in the Irish Internet country and selected the Best 10. You can trust these sites to bring you the best education-related content in the Irish Web!
Stay tuned as we will soon publish a list of Top10 educational websites in Ireland that met the above-mentioned criteria best and outrank others or, even better, are a perfect combination of all those elements.
Recent surveys made by An Irish Primary Principals' Network (IPPN) revealed that up to half of primary principals in Ireland has some work-related health issues and admits they are on medication.
Newest research has shown that a quarter of young Irish, age nine to sixteen, experience some form of bullying. The alarming fact is that the level of harassment in Irish schools is above the EU average, and that Irish teenagers find it more difficult to cope with the problem than their peers in other EU countries.
School book rental can be one of the solutions to help cutting the expenses of children's education in Ireland
The term 'free education' has lost its literate meaning a long time ago and nowadays every parent is aware of the fact that the education of their children generates various kinds of expenses.