Here's my hint: use Google to find it.
In fact, Google does a better job of finding things on many web sites than the sites' own announcements and internal search engines. I would suggest always going first to the web site in question to find the item you seek. However, if you cannot find it there within a minute or two, go to Google.com and repeat the search there.
To perform a Google search on only one site, not the entire Internet, enter the site address and the word(s) you seek into Google's search box. For instance, to find any articles about iPad hardware and software on the www.EOGN.com web site, enter the following into the search box:
site:eogn.com ipadPerhaps an even easier method is to use the Google Advanced Search at http://www.google.com/advanced_search. If you ever forget that address, just go to Google.com and enter "Google Advanced Search" to find it.
Google Advanced Search has many search options, including the ability to limit the search to just one web site, limit the search to web pages added or modified in the past 24 hours, last week, last month, last year, or anytime. You will see many other search options there as well. The menu for Google Advanced Search simplifies the entering of search parameters.
Try it! Go to http://www.google.com/advanced_search now and experiment to see how it works. For instance, search for the words "Fort Wayne" in any web page on eogn.com updated in the past week.