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Laurie Simmons How We See/Ajak (Violet), 2015 Pigment print 70 × 48 inches © Laurie Simmons, courtesy the artist and Salon 94.   Over the last four decades, artist, photographer, and filmmaker Laurie Simmons has charted the female psyche through made-up worlds and scenarios that challenge our perceptions of reality. Show More Summary

Mimosa Endorses Bipartisan Congressional Letter in Support of Opening 10 GHz Spectrum Band for Affordable, High-Speed Internet Access

Press Release: Mimosa Networks, a pioneer in gigabit wireless technology, strongly endorses the bipartisan letter recently issued by Members of the House and Senate, requesting that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) explore commercial...

Leaked video shows Microsoft’s exciting next-gen Windows 10 web browser in action

Internet Explorer has built something of a reputation for itself over the years. Unfortunately, it’s not a very good reputation. While recent versions of the browser are reasonably fast and capable, Internet Explorer’s image has been marred by a long period of slow development and poor performance. Show More Summary

Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): Leaked Spartan Browser’s Cortana Integration Demoed In Video

A leaked copy of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)’s Spartan browser, the successor of the notorious Internet Explorer browser, has been demonstrated in a video from a Microsoft enthusiasts site. WinBeta, in a new video, demonstrated just how tightly integrated Cortana is to the new Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) browser. Show More Summary

Microsoft's new browser previewed in video

It was back in January that Microsoft showed off its long-awaited replacement for Internet Explorer, currently named "Project Spartan." The new browser is designed to be light, nimble and secure, with the company stressing how deeply Cortana, Microso...

This Is How Microsoft's New Spartan Browser Will (Probably) Work

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Microsoft first revealed that Internet Explorer was to be replaced by a new browser—codenamed Spartan—back in January. Now, a new leaked video reveals what it will look like. Read more...

Exploring ‘The Sound[s] of Music’ and Stomach: Links You Need to See

Today, the Internet is alive with The Sound of Music — for it is the beloved film’s 50th anniversary. “Beloved” seems an obvious adjective to apply to the 174 minutes of pastoral perfection. But actually, as … Read More

Friday Odds and Ends

-TBWA Stockholm explores the perils of not watching enough TV for Scandinavian pay TV and internet service provider Canal Digital (video above). -Check out these New Yorkers dwarfed by giant advertisements. -Alyssa Galella, directorShow More Summary

Why the color of a dress made the Internet explode: An exploration

War rages on over the color of a dress. Even the Kardashians are getting involved. Here are the best theories why

3 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Switching To Safari

The choice of web browsers is overwhelming. Chrome is the most popular in the world at the moment, but Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Opera, and many other less well-known products are all trying their hardest to eat away at its dominance. Show More Summary

Marimuse Interview

In 1993, while I was working at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and exploring the educational potentials of the, then emerging, Internet, I ran across an intriguing and inspiring summer project being conducted at Maricopa Community College in Phoenix, Arizona. With the local school district, they invited a diverse group of students who […]

Privdog is Superfish all over again

Privdog is a privacy protection software that is available as a standalone product for the Google Chrome Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox web browser and bundled with select Comodo products including Comodo Dragon and Internet Security. Show More Summary

Digital Adoption Survey Aims to Learn More About the Digital Divide

Allyson Kapin How do online services and Internet access help you and your team deliver services and programs, and connect you with the people you serve? A new Digital Adoption Survey explores how organizations keep staff connected,Show More Summary

News for the Week

Nicole here reporting for Donna, who is currently exploring the many ports of New Zealand. Although I’m sure she has tons to tells us about this week’s adventures, unfortunately, the Internet has been like some of their last fews days at sea: rocky. So, I’m here to recap the week for you. The My Itchy […]

The state of HTTP/2 in Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer

2 weeks agoTechnology :

HTTP/2, an update of the original Hypertext Transfer Protocol last updated in 1999, is finally approved.  The update introduces several improvements such as faster user experience when browsing the Web, bandwidth reductions or easier use of secure connections. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: New video from author of The Wes Anderson Collection digs into The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel abounds with madcap energy, whimsy, and dark comedy. But critic Matt Zoller Seitz also detects a deep sadness that he explores in a new video, embedded below. Seitz’s The Wes Anderson...Show More Summary

Architect Eli Attia Accuses Google Inc (GOOGL) Of Stealing His Idea Which Could Have Changed The Construction Industry

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is facing a lawsuit from Eli Attia alleging that the internet giant stole the famous architect’s life’s work, a report from The Verge explores in-depth. According to the publication, audio streaming company Max Sound has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Attia who’s famous for his involvement in the building of the […]

Firefox 38 notifies you about add-ons that slow-down the browser

2 weeks agoTechnology :

Mozilla plans to integrate notifications to Firefox that inform users if add-ons have been detected that may slow it down. The feature, similar to what Microsoft integrated in its Internet Explorer browser years ago, monitors the performance of add-ons in the browser. Show More Summary

Digital Adoption Survey Aims to Learn More About the Digital Divide

How do online services and Internet access help you and your team deliver services and programs, and connect you with the people you serve? A new Digital Adoption Survey explores how organizations keep staff connected, from offices to virtual teams, as well as how the Internet factors into program or service delivery. Show More Summary

Here’s How to Make Internet Explorer and Safari Work with WebRTC

Would you like to hear a secret? It’s a big one. Are you sure you can handle it? Okay, here goes. There are other web browsers besides Google Chrome. I know, shocking. Chrome is, for the most part, becoming what Internet Explorer was in 1999: completely and utterly dominant in the browser market, but it’s not hard to see why. Show More Summary

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