Thursday: November 19, 2009
- Microsoft spills some details to developers regarding Internet Explorer 9.
We’re looking at the performance characteristics of all the browser sub-systems as real-world sites use them. Our goal is to deliver better performance across the board for real-world sites, not just benchmarks.
- The top ten Internet moments of the decade according to the Webby Awards.
A collection of Internet events that, if you're anything like me, will make you feel older than usual having actually lived through all ten of the events. Do you remember where you were and what you were doing when Napster fell? Do you?
Monday: November 16, 2009
- The grand history of the Internet, in a nutshell.
While the complete history of the Internet could easily fill a few books, this article should familiarize you with key milestones and events related to the growth and evolution of the Internet between 1969 to 2009.
Tuesday: November 3, 2009
- A handy tutotial on how to browse the Interwebs without leaving a trace.
A comprehensive guide from the folks at Lifehacker regarding how to surf the web and then make a successful attempt at covering your tracks. Not that you have anything to hide, right?
Monday: November 2, 2009
- A list of the top Internet memes of 2009 thus far.
You'll recognize this little gem as well as several others that have probably been emailed to you at some point during the course of this year. Thank you, Interwebs.
Wednesday: October 21, 2009
- Turns out that Verizon's CEO is not a big fan of net neutrality.
He argued that imposing stricter regulations would pit network providers against application providers in a way that would ruin the Internet's potential for economic growth and societal change.
Tuesday: October 13, 2009
- A look back at fifteen years of web browsers.
Navigator was the first commercial Web browser to be wildly successful, rapidly achieving 90 percent market share before Microsoft entered the fray and took over the market. By 2000, Netscape's market share would fall under 1 percent...
Monday: September 28, 2009
- Want to know which ten states get the most spam?
'Interestingly, the top three most spammed states were among the 10 least spammed states in 2008,' the company said in the report.
Thursday: September 24, 2009
- Internet Explorer runs ten times faster with Google Chrome Frame plugin.
Something tells me that Microsoft won't be too happy about this little bit of news.
Wednesday: September 23, 2009
- Google offers up a solution for Internet Explorer users.
This free plugin from Google will allow you to turn your version of IE into Google Chrome complete with all of today's great open web technologies. Bravo Google, bravo.
Tuesday: September 22, 2009
- Facebook teams up with Nielsen to gather up advertising statistics.
While Facebook has been growing in prominence as a digital ad destination, it's still had to do some convincing to combat the industry attitude that social-media advertising doesn't work.
Monday: September 21, 2009
- A video gallery of Internet memes that made their way into Scribblenauts.
Keyboard cat and Rick Astley both make guest appearances. Yea, I'll be adding this one to my Christmas list this year.
- Ten revealing infographics concerning the Interwebs.
A collection of interesting graphs covering a variety of Internet related stuff from social networking popularity to the use of submarine cables for Internet access. Quite revealing indeed.
Tuesday: September 15, 2009
- The top five web trends of 2009 according to ReadWriteWeb.
It's been a fun year so far hasn't it? Now please go back to enjoying your personalized linked data that may or may not be portable on your mobile web which may or may not be capable of augmenting your reality.
Monday: September 14, 2009
- A handy tutorial regarding how to fix a busted Ethernet plug.
Another common techie problem solved with the aid of Instructables.