Young Explorers is a wonderful series of short films by Jacob Krupnick that follow toddlers who have recently mastered walking as they explore the wide world on their own. Fair warning: as a parent, the solo NYC street crossing scene gave me a heart attack! Kids do not want to be contained — they are built for adventure. Show More Summary
Today’s world is digital. Consumers are inundated with digital devices, filled with social media, email campaigns and digital marketplaces. There is no breaking free from the World Wide Web -- it’s part of even our most simple daily routines...
Media professor and philosopher foresaw invention of the World Wide Web nearly 30 years before the medium was created.
While his teammates were vacationing, Dak Prescott was hard at work in Orlando. He has spent his off time training with renowned athletic performance trainer Tom Shaw at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The quarterback finished up his extra work with Shaw on Thursday and headed home as the Cowboys report for physicals Friday.…
It’s finally happening: Legendary Pokemon will released into wide, wild world of Pokemon Go. Just in time for the one-year anniversary celebrations, Pokemon Go players will be able to try and catch Legendary Pokemon. Once the Pokemon are unleashed, Trainers will need to search for unique Legendary Eggs at Gym locations. Once located, players can […]
Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is likely to be the most widely seen or read depiction of history released in 2017. So how does a British historian who teaches and writes about World War II rate it as history? In terms of accuracy, it rates pretty highly. Show More Summary
The 2.36 inch M1A1 “Bazooka” entered service midway through the Second World War in the U.S. campaign in North Africa. From there it become widely liked that the rocket launcher was issued at the infantry platoon level and used withShow More Summary
By James Sutherland on SwimSwam With the reigning Olympic and World Champions not in the lineup, the men's 50 free is a relatively wide open event. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2017 Worlds Preview: A New Champion In Men’s 50 Fre...
By James Sutherland on SwimSwam Check out a breakdown of some of the more 'open' races at the 2017 World Championships. Read the full story on SwimSwam: The Most Wide Open Events At The 2017 FINA World Championships
Today, Microsoft announced that Xbox is the official console partner of 5-time world champion football team, Real Madrid. With many of their players in the global spotlight, it’s easy to see why Real Madrid is one of the most widely supported teams in the world. Show More Summary
In Washington, D.C., bad ideas never die – they just get new Congressional bill numbers. There is no notion so dreadful nor roundly rejected – that an additional dash of crony campaign cash can’t resuscitate it. In DC, the Walking Dead don’t eat long pig – they eat pork. Show More Summary
Introduction Can anyone tell the best part about growing up in the 90s? The obvious answer is Technology!! As is evident from previous 2 blogs, 90s was an important decade when it came to technological development. World Wide Web caught people’s attention after rise of internet in earlier years of the decade. Show More Summary
Bluetooth is still very important in the world today given that a wide range of devices rely on its protocol to perform various operations. Most laptops come with built-in Bluetooth adapters, but even if yours doesn’t, external Bluetooth dongles are cheap and plentiful in supply. Show More Summary
James Kanno, the first mayor of Fountain Valley and widely reported at the time as the first Japanese American mayor in the U.S., died Saturday, July 15, at age 91. Kanno was born in Santa Ana. During World War II, when he was in high school, he and his family were forced to leave their […]
Although it has often been overshadowed in the competitive world of music streaming, Amazon seems to be stepping into the light, with recent data showing Amazon music to be the second most widely used streaming app, and is the third largest subscription service globally. _________________________________________ Guest post by Mark Mulligan...
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions is the respected global body representing libraries all over the world; in an open letter to the World Wide Web Consortium, the organization says the recent decision...Show More Summary
GIF. Gizmodo Tim Berners-Lee, the father of the World Wide Web, listed his top worries for the future of his creation earlier this year. One of his biggest concerns is the increasingly dense terms of service agreements that companies ask users to sign. Show More Summary
If you’re serious about PC gaming, you can always use a bigger, wider display as far as I’m concerned. It just makes things more immersive than playing on a small screen, when the image takes up…
In the complex world of technology consulting and development, gathering information and inputs from a wide range of backgrounds is important for fostering innovation. Building a diverse workforce rich with different perspectives is easier said than done, however, and requires some careful consideration when approaching the problem. Show More Summary
The World Wide Web is always evolving, and user expectations constantly respond to prevailing trends. Navigation habits become conditioned by content management system (CMS) templates, common screen layouts, search bar locations, and menu designs that shape how people use popular websites. And libraries have to keep pace.