Monsanto has spun a complex glyphosate-fueled web across the world's food supply. NEW YORK (March 25, 2015) — The World Health Organization, the U.N.'s public health agency, said on Friday that glyphosate, an herbicide widely used on genetically modified crops such as corn and soybeans, likely causes cancer. Show More Summary
Emoticons have a long history on the world wide web. They got started back in the day of chatrooms and AOL Instant Messenger but have since grown to all chat programs. Even smartphones in the form of emojis. The purpose of an emoticon...Show More Summary
This valuable story in The New York Times would appear to indicate the platformization of news has reached a new level: In recent months, Facebook has been quietly holding talks with at least half a dozen media companies about hosting their content inside Facebook rather than making users tap a link to go to an...
We know the dot-coms and the dot-nets of the World Wide Web, but starting on June 1, anyone will be able to purchase domains ending in.sucks,.adult and even.porn, to name just some of the 547 options. But not everyone, like Taylor Swift,...Show More Summary
Paul Canetti: The point is, if Apple announced a computer with no web browser, or a new version of iOS with no web browser, or I don’t know, a new MacBook with no ports, people would freak out. Like the way hey freak out about everything...Show More Summary
Young Apple fans may not remember the unveiling of the original iMac that put Apple back on the map, but now you can experience what it was like to learn all about the iMac on the World Wide Web … Read more ›
A senior designer from Daybreak Games who is working on H1Z1 partook in a community QandA with questions picked from across the world wide web. Adam Clegg is his name and he hosts a developer spotlight video that rolls out a roadmap of things to come and what Daybreak is working on in newer iterations of the game.Click To Continue Reading
SAN JOSE -- Europe is on the cusp of an unprecedented technological transformation. I call it the Internet of Everything: the penetration of the World Wide Web into the everyday aspects of our lives. Wearable technology will tell us how well we are sleeping and whether we need to exercise. Show More Summary
When we want to relax, we search for something mindless to do. This may be scrolling through social media or watching videos on the world wide web, but more often than not, our phone is either in our hands or not too far away. If your smartphone is your entertainment hub, then your wrists likely tire out after a while. If you have more money than is reasonable and often...
First of all, we’d like to offer a belated Happy Birthday to the World Wide Web, which turned 26 yesterday. You’re closer to 30 than 20 now, so your hangovers will only get worse. Second, to honor that milestone, Google announced updates to its Safe Browsing technology, including a warning when users are about to visit a site chockfull of … [More]
Co-authored with Alex Tapscott Yes, the digital revolution has brought countless wonders. The Internet, the World Wide Web, social media, mobile computing, geospatiality, big data, and the cloud have enabled myriad wonderful developments...Show More Summary
The world of online marketing is forever evolving and changing, causing many businesses to lose their place in the prestigious ranks of Google or forever disappearing in the mass of the world wide web. This digital swamp is the main reason that many businesses lose... The post Do you need Search Engine Optimization? appeared first on Visual Artistics.
The World Wide Web has been an American success story, creating a tremendous amount of commerce, convenience and egalitarian education, and standing as a monument to free speech.
Every so often a #super #rare video gets miraculously pulled from the void and placed on the world wide web. Usually recorded on a VHS camera, the clips—which range from Jay Z's first televised freestyle to a pre-fame Justin Bieber busking...Show More Summary
Sir Tim Berners-Lee takes a moment to tell the Internet what he thinks about it.
This exhibition takes its title from the Twitter message that British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee (inventor of the World Wide Web) used to light up the stadium at the opening ceremonies for the 2012 Olympic games in London. His...Show More Summary
THE DRESS IS BACK! A few days after this white and gold (or is it blue and black?) gown nearly caused the World Wide Web to burn down, the controversial clothing item has returned in a pair of contrasting ways. First, American Idol hopeful...Show More Summary
Content is the reason search began in the first place. In the days before Google, directories, lists and forums were the way to discover new content on the fast-growing world wide web. During those early days, the web was as much about the experience of discovery, aka “surfing”, as it was about finding specific answers. [...]
If you’re already wondering how old the Internet really is, then we’re glad to tell you that it took its early roots in 1962. So does this make it worthy of a museum dedicated only to the marvels of the World Wide Web? We may have to wait till 2015 to say so. Berlin will... Read the full article Berlin’s Internet museum holds relics from the 1960s is a post from.
The internet has grown in a big way since the early 1990’s. At one time thought to be a fad, the world wide web has proven that it’s here to stay. With an abundance of online resources, many people make their living in the virtual world. Show More Summary