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While You Were Offline: Here’s All the Internet You Need to Catch Up On

Can't keep up with everything people are talking about on the World Wide Web? Don't worry. We read the Internet so you don't have to. The post While You Were Offline: Here’s All the Internet You Need to Catch Up On appeared first on WIRED.

5 Domain Name Battles of the Early Web

At the dawn of the world wide web, early adopters were scooping up domain names like crazy. Which led to quite a few battles over everything from MTV.com to McDonalds.com. Read more...

Paralyzed Dog Found On Beach Gets A New Home

Sure, the internet can be a very mean place. But that doesn’t mean that great, heart-warming things don’t also happen on the World Wide Web. Leo, a paralyzed dog that was found on a beach in Thailand has finally found a new home. Canadian Meagan Penman found the dog, whom she named Leo, while vacationing […]

A $40M Ad Budget Buys ‘Game of War: Fire Age’ Kate Upton

If you’ve been on the internet any time in the past few months, you can’t escape ads for Game of War: Fire Age. They’ve blanketed, and banner ad slots the world wide web over, promoting the self-described “F2P MMO,” whose title is an apparent word vomit amalgam of Game of Thrones, God of War, […]

Cisco, Mozilla & friends launch Let’s Encrypt to simplify Internet security

A motley crew of tech firms have banded together to launch a new certificate authority initiative called “Let’s Encrypt”, that hopes to make the World Wide Web a safer place to be. Let’s Encrypt, which is backed by Akamai Technologies … Continue reading ?

Prank your friends with a Camera RickRoll

Rickrolling is almost as old as the world wide web itself, but filling someone's iOS Camera Roll with photos of the beloved Rick Astley is something I've never seen done before. This new take on the rickroll requires you to gain access to your...

Sir Mix-A-Lot finally reveals which celebrity's butt inspired him to write "Baby Got Back."

4 days agoOdd : Happy Place

In the wake of Kim Kardashian's glistening posterior's terrorist attack on the World Wide Web, hip-hop artist Sir Mix-a-Lot ended his historic silence concerning the identity of the baby whose back got him so sufficiently sprung that...Show More Summary

Obama Heroically Wages Internet War, But Misses World Wide Web Target

About eight months ago, in March 2014, the powers that be behind the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) gathered together in Singapore to discuss the transition of stewardship from the U.S. government to a "global...Show More Summary

Obama Heroically Wages Internet War, But Misses World Wide Web Target

About eight months ago, in March 2014, the powers that be behind the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) gathered together in Singapore to discuss the transition of stewardship from the U.S. government to a "global...Show More Summary

What It Was Like To Hang With Tech's Biggest Stars During The Golden Days Of Silicon Valley

The 1980s and 1990s were a pivotal time for innovation in Silicon Valley. In 1981, shortly after Apple released the Apple 1, IBM introduced the first PC. A few years later, the World Wide Web would be born. Documentary photographer Doug Menuez happened to be in Silicon Valley at the time. Show More Summary

Seven Seas Music Brings One-Click Music Licensing to Filmmakers and Advertisers

The San Francisco based web platform, Seven Seas Music, is taking the headache out of music discovery and licensing by bringing a wide array of world music to digital content producers virtually. Media professionals can audition tracks...Show More Summary

Internet Liberty at Stake in Obama World Wide Web Policy

last weekNews : Truthdig

As the world wide web was originally conceived by framers such as Tim Berners-Lee, it was characterized by a key, amazing feature.

Internet Liberty at Stake in Obama World Wide Web Policy

By Juan Cole President Barack Obama on Monday called on the Federal Communications Commission to treat Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) as common carriers, sort of like television networks such as NBC or…

Redditors Remember Their First Day On The Internet

The World Wide Web turned 25 earlier this year, and in that quarter-century, major advancements in information have been achieved. The world has gone from the early days of threads and forums, to the light-speed rise to fame of social media sites. Show More Summary

7 Real World Social Selling Examples to Inspire You

If you’re someone who learns best through visualization, you may find yourself frustrated by the lack of actual social selling examples on the web. Read on to discover a wide variety of inspirational, real world examples of social selling best practices in action.

Do You Know Anyone Who Still Uses Dial-Up?

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Over 2,270,000 people still use dial-up AOL to access the world wide web. Do you know any of them? Read more...

The Once and Future SVG

Thirteen years ago, in 2001, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) finalized the specification for Scalable Vector Graphics, version 1.0. A few months later, in early 2002, O’Reilly published the original SVG Essentials, describing both the basics and the wonderful …

HTML5 Moves to W3C Recommendation Status

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) HTML5 Working Group has published HTML5 as a W3C Recommendation, a milestone for the 10-year-old markup language. HTML5, used by many developers, is widely deployed and is supported on a variety of devices.

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