One more week, one more set of the best gaming weeks from around the world wide web. There’s everything from the Nintendo Labo madness to some fine PC digital discounts to check out, so let’s get started. As usual, we’ve got deals that’ll work in the UK, deals that’ll work in the US and some […]
The World Wide Web was designed to primarily do three things - inform, discover and connect. A globally connected series of documents could instantly bring you to the thoughts and experiences of someone across the world. In the earliest designs of the Web, it was through hyperlinks that you would find those new voices. Show More Summary
Since 2009, the World Wide Web has had a meme-worthy bogeyman all of its own: The Slender Man. Created by a creepypasta Something Awful forums user named Eric Knudsen, what began as a photoshop contest entry spawned an Internet myth that soon reached urban legend status, detailing an eerie, faceless, and spindly trickster who achieves... Read more »
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
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You probably remember those tantalising tech predictions from the 1990s. The world wide web was going to become a paradise for access to information and civil discourse. The internet would allow people of different cultures to come together and learn from each other. Show More Summary
Over 25 years since the World Wide Web phenomenon began, computer scientists, social psychologists, writers, and artists are now questioning how digital technologies are impacting our daily lives. The personal computer, touch screen devices, and always-on wearables now form the very fabric of how we engage and connect globally. Show More Summary
By Film School Rejects From the latest goings-on of Westeros to the start of the World Wide Web, these are our favorite stories of the small screen this year. The article The 25 Best TV Shows of 2017 appeared first on Film School Rejects.
There’s a commentary going viral on the world wide web and social media that clearly is designed to suck Americans into supporting a terrible tax proposal. It takes five of the strongest arguments against the giveaway to corporations...Show More Summary
Blogging is actually one of the best things that the arrival of the World Wide Web gave us. There are millions of blogs out there and Google has been doing so well in regulating them. These blogs deal on different topics that affect humanity. Show More Summary
Topic: Libraries But most science is still paywalled. More than three quarters of published journal articles—114 million on the World Wide Web alone, by one (lowball) estimate—are only available if you are affiliated with an institution that can afford pricey subscriptions or you can swing $40-per-article fees. Show More Summary
With regards to effective and powerful world wide web designing, it really is primarily powered by two main elements, and that are ease and flexibility. The moment a system is too simple, it can easily be used for preparing a sole purpose only. Nevertheless, in cases where the equal strategy is versatile as well, therefore [...]
Click here for reuse options! Trump’s FCC commissioner is waging an under-the-radar attack on the World Wide Web. Ajit Pais is chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, the government agency that regulates radio and television airwaves, cable TV, and internet. Show More Summary
EFF's long, hard-fought campaign at the World Wide Web Consortium over its plan to standardize a universal DRM for the web was always a longshot, but we got farther than anyone dared hope before we lost the web to corporate interests and cynical indifference in September. (more…)
Treating all content equally online is key to individual empowerment, democracy and economic growth. But the FCC is threatening to take that away.
Before there was a world wide web, a sizable chunk of all meaningful conversation between computer users happened in the forums at CompuServe, which was the dominant online service until AOL came along. There was a CompuServe forum for...Show More Summary
Back in 2013 I predicted an internet that was no longer client-server oriented like the current, “HTTP” (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)-based internet, but an entirely peer-to-peer internet that no longer has the need of large government and central entities owning your data on the internet. Show More Summary
Browsers are the windows to the world wide web. Google Chrome rules the roost today, but a few new challengers might fit your needs better. For all its great features, Chrome hogs system memory and drains the battery. But that huge collection of extensions, and exclusive features like Translate and Google Cast, make it hard to give up on. Show More Summary
They were the glory days; a time when the ABIM was still respected; a time before the World Wide Web and moving diplomate testing fees from the ABIM to a secretly-created shadow "Foundation" could occur below the radar. John A. Benson...Show More Summary