The Simpsons may be both the most quotable television show of all time and the one with the m0st creative life on the World Wide Web. There are GIFs upon GIFs. There is "Boo-urns." There are popular Twitter accounts dedicated to dispensing memorable...Show More Summary
World's most widely used Web server often displays geographic locations of Tor sites.
In case you haven’t heard, there’s a roast recipe making the rounds that’s apparently the hottest thing on the World Wide Web since that video of cats freaking out about cucumbers. The recipe is for something called the Mississippi Roast,...Show More Summary
Internet, you've angered Bill Maher. On Friday's "Real Time," Maher unloaded on the World Wide Web for supposedly killing the truth. "The problem is that somewhere along the line the information superhighway became Bullshit Boulevard,"...Show More Summary
Pour one out for the Java plugin, finally being retired as we move away from the plugin-era of browsers and head into a brave new (and more secure) world wide web. That and more in today’s leftover news crumbs. Read more...
Neuroscientists say the brain can store 10 times more information than previously thought.
You can now message your friends on the World Wide Web version of peach, a new chat app created by the founder of Vine, Dom Hofmann. The iOS app became a viral hit in Silicon Valley after it first launched at the beginning of this year. Show More Summary
The British genius who invented the World Wide Web opens up about the state of the Internet, and its future.
Linux is one of the world’s most widely used operating systems. It’s found in everything from home appliances to web servers and even some game consoles. Learn everything you need to build up your skills in…
You’re sitting in a cute cafe, sipping your coffee at a little table, browsing the world wide web on your laptop or tablet. Living the dream. Then all of the sudden - boom! - you’re hacked. In an instant you barely noticed, all of your...Show More Summary
You don't always know what you're going to encounter on the world wide web.
Long before City Room, Snow Fall, NYT Now, or any other of The New York Times’ lauded digital efforts, there was NYTimes.com, which 20 years ago today — on January 22, 1996 — began “publishing daily on the World Wide Web…offering readers around the world immediate access to most of the daily newspaper’s contents.” The Times...
New research shows the brain’s memory capacity is ten times greater than previous estimates. That means it’s in the petabyte range—which puts it close to World Wide Web territory. Read more...
You’ve got to remain vigilant on today’s World Wide Web. Someone is always looking to take advantage of unsuspecting users, and the latest example involves a company that’s supposed to help keep customers […]
The world of programming is wide and wild, bristling with enough different languages, platforms and workflows to leave anyone dizzy. These 10 courses, clocking in at over 178 hours of content, offer a travel guide for the prospective coder. Show More Summary
The World Wide Web Consortium, which makes the standards the Web runs on, continues to pursue work on DRM -- technology that you can't connect to without explicit permission, and whose bugs can't be reported without legal jeopardy lest you weaken it. (more…)
Is there a statute of limitations on movie spoilers? From the time the world wide web was born, no one bothered to hide the fact that Darth Vader was Luke Skywalker’s father. It would surely be important keep plot details under wraps if movies went from town to town like they used to, instead of opening everywhere at once like they do now. Show More Summary
If the World Wide Web were a country, its energy consumption would rank sixth in the world.
Countless rumors about what features the iPhone 7 will carry are already flooding the World Wide Web and among the most consistent rumors is the one about the iPhone 7 getting rid of the standard 3.5 mm headphone port in order to make way for thinner handsets. According to a report, this rumor is now being corroborated by information coming from Apple's supply chain in China.
Turning 25 this year: The World Wide Web, Nirvana's "Nevermind," The Jerry Springer Show... and you?