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As someone fascinated with the idea of ontology, the internet as a phenomenal object is something relatively under explored. We all know that the web has fundamentally altered how we interact, how we consume and how we acquire information but perhaps what we have been slower to realise is that the internet changes who we are. 1,274 more words

Theory

Future of the Internet

The future of the internet may have many different turns and twists but I feel the most important piece of the internet’s future is the ability of users to control their personal data. 453 more words

Net Neutrality - Explained by Common Craft

Net Neutrality is far, far better for you and me than the alternatives.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Government

Search Engine Optimization Strategy

As defined by Wikipedia, Search engine optimization is the science and management of digital resources to affect the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid search results. 655 more words

Technology

You can NOT overrule the Facebook terms of service with a simple post - it is a hoax

Here is a good article on both the hoax and the larger context:

http://safeandsavvy.f-secure.com/2014/12/03/facebooks-new-terms-is-the-sky-falling/

Copy of posting follows:

MICKE|   DEC 3, 2014

You have seen them if you are on Facebook, and perhaps even posted one yourself. 1,267 more words

Technology

Why SEO Is Critical To the Success of Your Dallas Business

Why Your Dallas Company Needs Expert SEO

Marketing is one of the most important areas of your business. Marketing is what builds your unique brand and what will attract new customers. 874 more words

Internet & Technology

Four-time Stanley Cup winner Gilles Tremblay dies at age 75

MONTREAL — Former Montreal forward Gilles Tremblay, who won four Stanley Cups with the Canadiens in the 1960s, has died. He was 75.

An exceptional skater known for his contributions on both ends of the ice, Tremblay helped Montreal win four Cups between 1965 and 1969 before injuries and illness forced him to retire. 425 more words

Sports