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
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The awkward fumbling of John Travolta at The Oscars sparked a frenzy of photoshopping across the world wide web. Travolta began stealing the social media show before Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony had even started. Last yearShow More Summary
We’re not quite to the 25th anniversary of the world wide web, but that doesn’t mean the greatest innovation in information distribution since [Gutenberg]’s press can’t be celebrated a bit early, does it? [Suhayl] is throwing some of...Show More Summary
Jared Leto's impending performance as The Joker in Suicide Squad is one of the most furiously debated movie-topics discussed across the world wide web. It's almost universally agreed that Leto was the right choice to play the villain, but there is a huge amount of intrigue over how he might do just that. Show More Summary
The Internet Museum will delve into how the World Wide Web has changed people's lives via inspirational talks and historic gadgets
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web and and now, after 16 years, it’s
HTTP, or the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, is a central part of the World Wide Web. On Wednesday, Mark Nottingham, the chair of the IETF HTTP Working Group, announced that the HTTP/2 spec is now complete and approved. This is a big deal because the last time the HTTP spec was updated was back in 1999. Show More Summary
HTTP/2,the next big change in the Hypertext Transfer Protocol or HTTP network protocol used by the World Wide Web is finalized. It comes a good 15 years after the HTTP 1.1 protocol was... Read full original article at HTTP/2: The Web Just Got Faster ©2015 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
"He just wanted to see if it would fit. How big is the Web? It turns out, he said, that it’s twenty feet by eight feet by eight feet, or, at least, it was on the day he measured it. How much did it weigh? Twenty-six thousand pounds. He thought that meant something. He thought people needed to know that."He = Brewster Kahle, the inventor of the Wayback Machine.
In the greater scheme of life and history, twenty years is an insignificant blip. But for a web site, two decades takes you back to the very beginning of the World Wide Web. Let's reminisce.... Read more ? Related posts: Insanely Great...Show More Summary
In his relentless drive to leave no aspect of American life unmolested, Obama’s next stop is cyberspace. Having “reformed” U.S. medicine, Obama now aims to “repair” the World Wide Web. If you like Obamacare, you will love ObamaNet. On February 26, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on a “net neutrality” proposal to regulate broadband […]
Using the Internet isn’t just a luxury. What we’ve been calling the World Wide Web for the last few decades isn’t actually worldwide. Four billion people, more than half the world’s population, remain disconnected. No e-mail, no Wikipedia. Show More Summary
Cats, the internet is purportedly made up of them, and the world wide web is smitten with them. However, despite the immortality that the WWW provides, every furry comedian has its time like any other living creature. One cat has trumped all other cats. Show More Summary
Suhayl Khan celebrated the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web by configuring a setup of vintage hardware, including a Livermore Model B modem and an ASR-33 Teletype terminal from the 1960s, which he used to access the first webpage at CERN with an early web browser released by WWW Project member Nicola Pellow in […]
Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is moving ever closer to standardization, thanks to a joint effort by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Christina Mulligan’s recent article for SD Times discussed in depth the work that has gone into the project so far, and what to expect in the future.
If you are in business today, it pays to be internet savvy. Being internet savvy isn’t just knowing how to navigate the world wide web or how to engage people through social media, but also how to develop websites and web apps. When...Show More Summary
Google's Chrome browser will see a rollout of support for HTTP/2 in the coming weeks. HTTP/2 is designed to be the next generation version of the networking protocol for the World Wide Web, replacing the current HTTP 1.1. At the same time, support for a competing protocol, SPDY, will be ending in Chrome.