The website does provide dates with the pictures and captions but they are all outdated. It looks like the website was created in 2004 but I don't see anywhere that it has been updated. I would not use this site in a bibliography for any type of paper or research that I was ever doing. When you start reading the information one the website it does not make sense and is hard to follow. You would definitely be better off using a book or encyclopedia.
It looks like Tim Vasquez is the author of the website and I cannot locate any type of credential that he would have to create a website with this type of material on it. I do not see anywhere on the website where he has cited any other information where he collected his information from. It is a .com site and the URL, "weathergraphics" has nothing to do with the content and does not make sense. It is not linked to any reputable sites of any kind.
It is a personal site that is designed to inform the reader about the Fisher Price Airplane. He talks a little bit about the government but it is a .com, personal site. I don't believe that he has an underlying message or is trying to persuade anyone of anything - at least I didn't detect anything.
It is easy to navigate but that's only because there is just one page - no tabs or other links to click on. The images go along with what he talks about but are just silly. I particularly like one of the last lines where he says that the Fisher Price place would easily connect people to Sesame Street :-)
First of all, this site made me smile! They do cover the topic comprehensively I thought, although very silly. It is definitely a unique site as I have never seen or heard anything quite like it before. It looks like the website was created in 2002 and last updated in 2011. One of the links doesn't work but the others work and all make sense with what the site is about. I would not be including this site in a bibliography because I can't imagine that I would ever be using information like that!
It's a .com site and has links to both the CEO and two of the co-founders of Google. It doesn't say who the actual creator is but it is a Google site. There are many other sites that have linked it but are all spoofs and joking around about it that I have seen.
I think that they are trying to educate people on how Google searches are done. They provide graphs and data and everything that possible to convince of the validity of the program. If someone really didn't know better they might believe what is on the site! I don't think there are any hidden or underlying messages. I just think that they are being silly and pretending like they are educating people on how Google really works when it comes to their searching techniques.
I think that the site is easy to navigate. There are several links and I only found one that didn't work. I didn't see any grammar or spelling mistakes. The graphs and images go right along with the content on the site. It's not a very large site but all of the content makes sense for what they are talking about.