The core data in
TheAlphaWeb is broken down into four parts: subject, definition,
cross-classification & promotion.
itself links to trillions of permutations & classifications of
information, that in turn, link to information on just about
anything that is good on the Internet (arguably, equal to
Bing, Google &
The system is
designed to be used in all environments & great care has been
taken to keep the system free from non family orientated data.
This is not guaranteed & TheAlphaWeb can not & does not lay claim
to the editorial integrity of any website, linked. However,
TheAlphaWeb has tried to keep it suitable for a 12A+ audience.
Like all Internet related systems good care & judgement should be
exercised at all times.
In the iPad App, the incorporation of MyAlphaWeb with TheAlphaWeb
allows the User to record & curate their Internet experience. The
system comes with 26 live entries, one for each of the blue A-Z
letters. The User may add, remove or edit any entry, storing it by
whatever letter (or word) they believe would be relevant for its
retrieval at any date in the future, (presupposing the data
remains extant; the User may make use of the
enabling retrieval of even extinct data).
Both systems are
designed to compliment one another however MyAlphaWeb is of
greater importance to the User than TheAlphaWeb, which exists as a
guide to the Internet. TheAlphaWeb incorporating MyAlphaWeb & the
stand alone TheAlphaWeb are examples of a reimagined Internet.
The Internet is
so complex that it needs to be organised logically, to prevent the
User from becoming bogged down with "white box" query results
which can overtax the limited human memory. The User can work
smarter, when the Internet is delivered more concisely,
consistently & objectively in the way TheAlphaWeb Incorporating
MyAlphaWeb is presented, ensuring a results driven & time
efficient experience every time, whether in discovery or