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Correcting the Farce

Oh that’s embarrassing… A supposed correction eh? Only problem is Michael’s arguments aren’t as strong as he might expect! 984 more words

Robert Soane

What's it worth?


Few will doubt that digital photography has overtaken conventional film for amateur and professional photographers. With our daily use of social media networks – Flickr, Facebook, Instagram and others – it’s easy to understand why. 902 more words

48th of 50things: Parenthood

Hi guys,

We’re into the final three now.  This one is about Parenthood.

There is a thing floating around on Facebook that says “If you want to know what it’s like to be a parent: take all your belongings; throw them on the floor; pick them up again; repeat for infinity.” 865 more words

The right to communicate


The history of the Internet is a debated subject, but what we do know for sure is that the US National Science Foundation (NSF) funded the establishment for national supercomputing centers at several universities and provided interconnectivity in 1986 with the NSFNET project. 351 more words

Inspiration

Sir Tim Berners-Lee receives the “Dutti-Prize” for a non-innovative idea

Yesterday I attended the award ceremony for Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s reception of the “Duttweiler-Preis”. For our non Swiss readers: Gottlieb Duttweiler founded Migros, today the largest food retailer in Switzerland, to put people and not money into the focus. 498 more words

News

DON'T PLAY WITH NET NEUTRALITY!

“Innovation is serendipity, so you don’t know what people will make.” – Tim Berners Lee

Almost 25 years back when Tim Berners Lee invented the World Wide Web, he knew that this invention is going to revolutionize the existence of the entire mankind. 716 more words