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The internet celebrates the iconic Obama portraits

Barack and Michelle Obama’s official portraits were anything but standard. This week, we explore how the internet celebrated the iconic paintings. Tune in to All the Memes to see the next meme of the week! Read more... More about Watercooler, Politics, Funny, Memes, and Art

Extended reality, ‘internet of thinking’ enable new ways to work

Automation enables a personal connection between a work environment and communities, but it can also bring isolation. How technology is shaping society and how people are changing to adapt to that situation was recently explored by Accenture...Show More Summary

Update now: Serious Outlook flaws addressed in Microsoft ‘Patch Tuesday’ release

Microsoft Corp. has issued 50 security fixes covering vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, Flash for IE, Edge, Office, SharePoint and ChakraCore as part of its monthly “Patch Tuesday” release, with two critical Outlook flaws leading the pack. Show More Summary

“Art in the Age of the Internet” Opens at the ICA Boston

last weekArts : Art21 Blog

A look at this week's art news, including the exhibition "Art in the Age of the Internet" at the ICA Boston which explores how the internet has shaped contemporary culture and artistic production.

Why I Ditched Firefox for GNOME Web on Linux

You could think of Firefox as Linux’s internet Explorer or Safari. On Windows and macOS, you have to install Mozilla’s browser yourself. On Linux, Firefox comes pre-installed. That’s not a bad thing. Firefox is one of the best web browsers available. Show More Summary

The Man Who Bets Tencent's 'Moonshot' Money

Chinese internet giant Tencent says it wants to improve the world through technology. David Wallerstein, its chief exploration officer, is on it.

Clip from This Week’s “The X-Files” Explores the Mandela Effect

The phenomenon known as the Mandela Effect made headlines back in 2016 when countless people on the internet falsely remembered that comedian Sinbad starred in a film titled Shazaam back in the ’90s. In reality, the film never actually existed, making the nonexistent film a pitch perfect example of the Mandela Effect. As defined by Know Your Meme, “The […]

If You Find Aliens, Who Do You Call?

last monthHumor / odd : mental_floss

Exploring the internet with the Morning Cup of Links!

Judith Barry installs new work on the façade of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

last monthArts : Artdaily

For her installation on the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum?s Anne H. Fitzpatrick Façade, American born artist Judith Barry explored hundreds of drone images circulating the internet that depict people fleeing their homes and seeking a new life elsewhere. Show More Summary

Digital technology is helping women to explore their sexuality

Women who consume Internet pornography are using technology to explore their sexuality and connect with others to discuss their sexual interests, according to research from the University of Waterloo.

Digital technology is helping women to explore their sexuality

(University of Waterloo) Women who consume Internet pornography are using technology to explore their sexuality and connect with others to discuss their sexual interests, according to research from the University of Waterloo.

The Verge: ‘Chrome Is Turning Into the New Internet Explorer 6’

Tom Warren, writing for The Verge: Whether you blame Google or the often slow moving World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the results have been particularly evident throughout 2017. Google has been at the center of a lot of “works best with Chrome” messages we’re starting to see appear on the web. Show More Summary

Microsoft details efforts to protect Edge and IE from Meltdown and Spectre

Microsoft has now detailed taken to mitigate attacks related to the new Meltdown and Spectre exploits in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. The tech world has been abuzz with news of a new set of critical exploits, dubbed Meltdown and Spectre, that, between them, impact nearly every modern processor in some manner....

Microsoft veteran Julie Larson-Green is known for building successful teams — here's how she does it

Julie Larson-Green spent 25 years at Microsoft, rising to executive vice president and chief experience officer. She lead teams for products used by billions of people every day including Office, Windows, Internet Explorer, Xbox andShow More Summary

How to find Internet Explorer on your Windows 10 Computer

If you love Windows 10 but need a slice of the old, Internet Explorer (IE) is still there for you. You might not have been aware that IE can still be used in Windows 10. In this beginners guide we show you how to easily get to it anytime you want. ...

Digital Rights Are Human Rights

Not long ago, the internet connoted progress, connection, exploration, innovation. But what trends do you associate with the net today? Disinformation? Hatred? Surveillance? Censorship? Monopoly? Child exploitation? The dark mood about the digital age, while understandable, is also dangerous. Show More Summary

Watch Casey Neistat Come Dangerously Close to Tapping Out on ‘Hot Ones’

Whether that’s trolling Supreme fanboys, exploring Emirates’ ridiculous first-class cabin, or building a drone that makes human flight possible, YouTuber, Casey Neistat, seems to have a firm grasp on what the Internet generation wants to see. It seems only right then that one of YouTube’s biggest stars has finally decided to tackle the chicken wings […]

Other Books You Should Read If You Liked 'Meow Meow'

Today, the Awl short story “Meow Meow” took over the internet, with everyone discussing author Mu or Yan’s cringingly relatable depiction of human-centrism, and praising its revealing exploration of how people think they’re the most important things in the universe, as if anything they do except open a can of food makes a difference. If […]

Still Using Internet Explorer? 9 Questions Answered

Internet Explorer isn’t the most popular browser, and Microsoft has stopped adding new features to it. Yet it’s still used by many today. Whether you’re forced to use it for work or just love Internet Explorer for personal reasons, you should know how to use it effectively. Show More Summary

Trending searches: hurricane, bitcoin and sex scandal

Hurricane Irma, bitcoin, sex scandal and royal romance made up some of the hot topics explored this year at internet giant Google.

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