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The man who invented the World Wide Web is joining Oxford University as a computer science professor

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, has taken up a professorship at Oxford University's computer science department. The appointment was announced by Oxford on Thursday. Berners-Lee, who graduated from Oxford with...Show More Summary

Watch 2 Chainz Poorly Handle Incredibly Expensive Guns

2 Chainz searching across the country for the “Most Expensivest Shit” around has quickly become one of the most reliably entertaining web series around. For the latest episode of the GQ series, the rapper takes on the wide world of weaponry by toying with some of the most pricey guns on the market. The Hair […]

How the Internet of Things Took Down the World Wide Web

Disaster to the most informational platform such as Internet cannot come even though few experts say that there will a time that

The Internet Has Over 30 Words For 'Pregnant'

Yahoo Answers contains some of the best and brightest treasures on the world wide web. YouTuber J.T. Sexkik created this beautiful supercut that demonstrates the elasticity of the English language. Read more...

Controversy Continues as Proposed IDPF/W3C Merger Comes to a Vote

The International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF), the trade and standards organization responsible for the EPUB standard for ebooks, on October 14 asked members to begin voting on a proposed merger with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international organization that oversees standards for the web. Show More Summary

Gizmodo Frights: The 10 Most Haunted Videos On The World Wide Web

Tonight, we present the ten creepiest, most haunted videos online. Watch, but only with a loved one. Beware. Be safe. More »      

Gizmodo Frights: the 10 Most Haunted Videos On the World Wide Web

October is here, meaning a bunch of things: The leaves are dying, just like you. Halloween is less than thirty days away. But most importantly, the team at Gizmodo Nights presents you Gizmodo Frights, a deep dive into the weirdest, scariest content the internet has to offer you. Read more...

This Dominatrix Deer Dancing at an Early Furry Convention Is What the Internet Is All About

What is the purpose of the “World Wide Web”? Some would say that it’s to facilitate the free exchange of ideas on a global scale. (Hah!) Others might argue that it serves to democratize the tools of mass communication. (LOL) Personally, I believe that “on-line” exists to bring us videos like this: Read more...

Creating a Unique Product in a Crowded Space

Stav Vaisman, Founder, OurPlan App In the early days of the World Wide Web, renowned investor Jim Clark famously coined the term “the new new thing” (memorialized in Michael Lewis’ book of said title) to refer to his search for the idea that would represent the next prime investment opportunity. Show More Summary

5 tech innovations I want to see in marketing

GUEST: For marketers, innovation can bring about impressive opportunities (like the rise of social media), or throw up obstacles that force them to redirect and rewrite the gameplan (like ad blockers). The World Wide Web went live in 1991. Smartphones began their rise to prominence in the mid 90’s. Social media in late 1997. Blogging sites […]

Google’s next major Chrome update will reduce RAM consumption by up to 50%

Google's Chrome web browser is widely regarded as the best browser in the world... probably because it is. Chrome is feature-rich, fast and extremely versatile thanks to a terrific ecosystem of third-party extensions. Other browsersShow More Summary

The Internet of Things: the Next Technological Revolution

We are on the cusp of a technological revolution. Like the World Wide Web before it, the Internet of Things (IoT) is slowly changing the way we live and how companies conduct business. IoT is changing everything from the way our goods are manufactured to the way we heat our homes. One of the areas […]

This Once Unstoppable Industry Is Starting To Shrink

The internet turned 47 years old this year. That's if you count from the first computer-to-computer linkup on ARPANET in 1969. Even counting from the creation of the world wide web in 1989, the

W3C Refuses To Protect Security Researchers Studying DRM-Enabling Web Extension, Claims WHATWG

WHATWG and the EFF renew calls on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to require companies to sign an agreement not to sue security researchers studying vulnerabilities in web DRM schemes.

HTML standardization group calls on W3C to protect security researchers from DRM

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The World Wide Web Consortium has embarked upon an ill-advised project to standardize Digital Rights Management (DRM) for video at the behest of companies like Netflix; in so doing, they are, for the first time, making a standard whose...Show More Summary

Here’s Why Some Small Businesses Are Hiding From Website Platforms

We are living in ehe age of the World Wide Web and connection to the Internet, when even in the... The post Here’s Why Some Small Businesses Are Hiding From Website Platforms appeared first on Lifehack.

Squee! A Dictionary Editor Defended The Use Of Internet Slang

Squee! Squee! The Oxford English Dictionary announced its quarterly update this week, and among its bevy of noteworthy new words is one that gained its notoriety right here on the world wide web: “squee,” which means “an exclamationShow More Summary

Ethically using Deep Web – Infographics

With so much happening through the internet such as businesses, corporate dealings, monetary transactions and buying and selling of products etc., there’s certainly more to the world wide web than it appears. This may seem theoretical to some but the internet we use is just the tip of the iceberg, which goes as deep as Hades itself. Show More Summary

Three Good Articles

We’re glad so many of you decide to check in to our humble little blog for your daily dose of fly fishing. However, there are a lot of other great fly fishing articles out there on the world wide web, which is why every month we like to share a few of our favorites. Enjoy! […]

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