Besides exhibiting our acrylic paintings, our goal is to provide a pragmatic online directory, even though the Internet can be intimitating. Should the Interent be monopolized. We say no. One can qualify the Internet as dynamic. We feel that the more that search engines tweak their algorithm to the point where search will become "controlled". We seem to associate the Internet with cheap "tricks". One expects to find items less expensive or knock-offs on the Internet. You find doctored images of celebrities on search engines images results. How many times have you been bombarded with a male enhancement. It is disappointing. When you want to place an ad and try to create trustworthiness, users can rarely find you again and again. Internet advertising is mostly offered on rotation, one search you are there, the next search, you are gone. A search engines search results fluctuate enormously from one search to the next, especially if the sites are being spidered and ranked. Almost every user are aware of SEO and how links favor websites on search engines as much as keywords are in such demand. It has made the Internet a funny "place". Wow, you can find a search result in a fraction of a second, but never in the same spot. Even articles that a user may have saved a few years ago, may not be found if he or she tried to relocated the URL. What is on print seems to inspired more trust, that words, stories, articles, ads are recorded in time. We have books that date back hundred of years such as a copy of Sir Gawain and the green knight.
We enjoy the interactivity of social media such as facebook, but facebook controls and censures so much of its content that it becomes another monopoly like Google who tweaks, retweaks, then retweaks search results. We dare you to find something practical again and again of facebook.