Today the University is holding graduation ceremonies for St Andrews University graduates in the Sciences. St Andrews has a strong history of science teaching and research, through the work of […]
Once upon a time, the bears used to talk about how Amazon the e-retailer was just another retailer in dot-com clothing. Amazon came along and presented itself as a new kind of retail store leveraging the World Wide Web, one that needed to be valued differently. Show More Summary
For small business owners thinking about starting a website, marketing, or both, this article is for you.
In response to popular demand, materials scientists at Duke University have resurrected an online cookbook of crystalline structures that started when the World Wide Web was Netscape Navigator and HTML 1.0.
(Duke University) In response to popular demand, materials scientists at Duke University have resurrected an online cookbook of crystalline structures that started when the World Wide Web was Netscape Navigator and HTML 1.0. Cataloguing 288 crystalline structures, the database provides recipes for non-expert "chefs" cooking up new materials.
Time to take look at another week’s worth of the best gaming deals and the best tech deals from around the world wide web. This week gave us a brand new Humble Bundle, discounts on Dishonored 2, Hitman, Bulletstorm and more. Let’s get right to it. As usual, we’ve got deals that’ll work in the UK, […]
Having to think about what to wear can sometimes be another chore on an endless list. Fortunately, the World Wide Web is brimming with individuals (far more stylish than you and me) sharing their carefully constructed outfits and inspiring the rest of us. Ted Baker has teamed up with some of these fashion stylists, photographers and creators […]
There’s no denying that the Internet is a valuable tool when planning your wedding—especially if you’re having a destination event. So if you’re relying heavily on the World Wide Web for your own vows, don’t forget about these six crucial tips to make your planning a success. Show More Summary
Today, activists will gather in Cambridge, Mass to march to the offices of W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee to urge him to keep DRM out of the standards for the open web. (more…)
As you should know by now, the internet is one cruel, cruel mistress. The world wide web’s finest satirists and meme-makers were back at it again yesterday after hearing the news that Bow Wow straight up lied about flying on a private jet to his “Growing Up Hip Hop” press run, in what is the […]
Lord Nicklas Bendtner: Not just a meme these days… Lord Nicklas Bendtner remains a figure of fun on social media and the world wide web, but the Danish striker is going through a serious purple patch right now. Bendtner struggled at Arsenal in the end, despite coming through under Arsene Wenger. And, spells at Wolfsburg […]
Dangerous chemical abortions are legal, loosely restricted, and widely available at abortion clinics all over the United States. However, that isn’t good enough for some of the world’s most ardent abortion advocates. They want them available in every town, from any sort of vaguely medical establishment, via doctors they only meet on a web-cam, available […]
In the world of internet memes, superhero-themed memes are very popular. Here are some of the funniest superhero memes in the whole world wide web! The post The 15 Funniest Superhero Memes appeared first on CBR.
Tim Wu, the Colombia University law professor and anti-trust/competition expert who coined the term "Net Neutrality," has published an open letter to Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the web and director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). (more…)
The world wide web can be a pretty hectic place if you’re careless. Things like malware, ransomware, and phishing are part of our daily internet experience. As long as you know what they mean and how to protect yourself against them, you shouldn’t be affected. Show More Summary
The world wide web is growing up
Neural networks are all the rage right now with increasing numbers of hackers, students, researchers, and businesses getting involved. The last resurgence was in the 80s and 90s, when there was little or no World Wide Web and few neural network tools. Show More Summary
Shopify is transitioning from the World Wide Web to the real world, presenting their new chip and swipe card reader. The device will allow businesses and their customizers to quickly and conveniently pay for goods on-site. The reader is ultimately designed for selling at festivals, pop-ups and markets, as it can be used almost anywhere, […]
Like I mentioned in the post on web comedy, something about the experience of the World Wide Web, the experience of working with a screen, seems to loosen our hold on reality. Maybe we’ve trained ourselves to do it by reading stories and playing video games with very vague visual details (sometimes just text). Show More Summary
My friend Brian McCullough is an internet historian and podcaster. In this blog post, he takes my idea of a time capsule for the World Wide Web containing the best examples in different forms and flips it on its head. When I go to Google...Show More Summary