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Exploring the Art Galaxy in the WikiVerse, a 3-D Visualization of Wikipedia

13 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

After the singularity, how will we explain the internet pastime of going down a Wikihole to our cyborg children?

Download updates from Microsoft’s Update Catalog without IE

17 hours agoTechnology :

The following guide provides you with information on how to download updates from Microsoft's Update Catalog service without using Internet Explorer. Microsoft made several changes to updates and how updates are delivered when it released windows 10. Show More Summary

Exercise Your Brain And Explore The City's Most Interesting Ideas At TEDxNewYork

What does it mean to be a free person? What's the best way to speak up at work? Is there a better way to treat depression? What's next for Black Lives Matter? Who owns your internet? Why is your landlord so inflexible? [ more › ]

Picture this: Exploring the Internet of Visuals

5 days agoTechnology : Gigaom

As eagerly awaited as it is wide-ranging, Mary Meeker’s annual Internet Trends Report is a data goldmine for anyone who wants to…

Great Job, Internet!: Black actors share their disheartening audition stories

As Aziz Ansari recently explored in Master Of None, being an Indian actor means frequently getting called in for the most stereotypical roles imaginable. And now a new YouTube series is exploring that reality from the black perspective as well. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Willie Nelson once played chess with Ray Charles in the dark

R&B legend Ray Charles was no mere dilettante in the world of country. After the success of 1962’s groundbreaking, genre-bending Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music, he continued exploring the genre for years afterward, culminating with 1984’s “Seven Spanish Angels,” a duet with Willie Nelson that topped the C&W charts. Show More Summary

Working with Favorites in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge supports favorites -- what all other browsers call bookmarks -- just like its predecessor Internet Explorer does. It shares some similarities with Internet Explorer, but handles some things completely different as well. Show More Summary

Web Browser Market Share Wars for July-August 2016: Google Chrome Remains on Top; Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Edge and Safari Trail

Google Chrome remains the undisputed champion in the web browser market share wars. As of August 22, the freeware internet browser continues to widen its lead from Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE), Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Safari.

They Shootin! Everything We Know About The CRAZY Gas Station Shootout In Atlanta

The WILD Gas Station Shootout Explored The internet is currently in shambles after a too-SAVAGE-to-be-real gas station shootout in West End Atlanta that left one shooter’s ride or die (literally) bae wounded, sparked a widespread city frenzy and fueled countless

'Googly-Eyed' Stubby Squid Captures Internet's Attention

last weekNews : The Two-Way

Researchers from the Nautilus exploration vessel came upon the bright purple creature with giant eyes. It may look like a cartoon character, but it's real. It's also pretty tough, a researcher says.

Filmmaker Werner Herzog, who doesn’t use a cellphone, explores our society’s relationship with tech

Filmmaker Warner Herzog didn't make his first phone call until he was 17, and still doesn't ever use a cellphone. That may make him seem like an odd guide to take a hyper-connected society through an examination of how the Internet has affected society. But, in truth, it makes him an almost ideal observer — one […]

18 quintillion planets to explore and we’re going nuts over a penis bouquet

‘No Man’s Sky’ is a game unlike any other. With 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 (18 quintillion) planets to explore and enough content to keep the average person finding new things well into the billions of years, what is the internet excited about? Dicks, man. Show More Summary

New Book "Closer" Explores Important Ground: Women's Orgasms

Rachel Davies As a child of the internet age, I first became acquainted with sex not through a talk from my parents, but from sneaking onto Omegle and other chat sites with my friends at sleepovers. Of course we were too shy to participate...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Read This: An oral history of Latino hip-hop artists

In his brand new Netflix series The Get Down, Baz Luhrman explores—in his own Baz Luhrman way—the birth of hip-hop in the Bronx during the late 1970s. Now a new oral history from Track Record shines a light on a lesser-known facet of the hip-hop origin story: Latino artists. Show More Summary

The Next Wave: What Is the Internet Of Things?

We are not in Kansas anymore The exploration of the Internet of things needs to consider a much wider context than the early days of RFID tags and sensors. With over 3 billion internet users, 7 billion mobile subscriptions and over 1...Show More Summary

I’m using Edge as my main browser, and I’m fine

I’ve never been an Internet Explorer user, except on my Windows Phones and Windows RT tablet, and there it was mainly due to lack of choice. The arrival of extensions on the latest Edge browser has however piqued my interest, as in recent years I have always found Microsoft’s browsers to use fewer resources, but […]

Werner Herzog Would Accept Kanye to Film School on the Basis of the ‘Famous’ Video

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Werner Herzog recently discovered the internet — his new documentary, Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World, explores both the limits and possibilities of life online — which has been a great excuse to have the iconic German documentarian-philosopher weigh in on the digital culture of the moment. Last week, Herzog ... More »

Microsoft Issues Five Critical Security Updates

Microsoft has issued patches for 34 security bugs that affected Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge and Office. These were rolled up into nine security bulletins, five of which were rated as critical. All of the critical bulletins concerned remote code execution which would allow hackers to take over vulnerable PCs. Here are the details. More »      

Microsoft disables RC4 in Microsoft Edge and IE11 with the latest update

Last year, Microsoft announced their decision to end the support of the RC4 cipher in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 in early 2016. Back in April, they said that this change will be released as part of April’s cumulative security updates on April 12th, 2016. But this was delayed based on customer feedback. Today, […]

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