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The National Portrait Gallery, London

The National Portrait Gallery is, to me, the best of the London Galleries.  Here you can see some excellent portraiture of those who influenced the world we live in. 535 more words


How has the changing media landscape allowed bloggers to create revenue through their own website?

Blogging is very much an integral part of the 21st Century. Teenagers today will talk about their favourite blogger in the way that you would expect them to talk about their favourite celebrity. 1,965 more words

Timeline Historia de la Web

Aquí les dejo una línea de tiempo que muestra el transcurso de la Web. Espero que sea de sumo agrado y aprendiz. DISFRUTEN!

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El impacto de la web en el mundo

Actualmente vivimos en una época la cual ha sido de gran impacto a través de la tecnología, ésta ha tenido grandísimos avances durante los últimos años. 251 more words


MacArthur 'Genius Grant' Recipients Get $625,000 to Do Whatever They Want

This morning, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation announced its 2015 fellows. The 24 recipients of so-called “Genius Grants” receive unrestricted $625,00 fellowships, paid in quarterly installments over four years, to pursue their research. 579 more words

A 4-letter word for...Hyper Text Markup Language?

In 1989, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web and, as its primary behind-the-scenes language, Hyper Text Markup Language. He based it on the Standard Generalized Markup Language and incorporated many SGML elements into HTML, such as paired tags,  different levels of headings,  and more. 115 more words

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Open-Sourcing Data Is The Only Way Forward For An Advanced Internet Economy

The founder of all that we survey on the web, Tim Berners-Lee, said on this site a few years ago that, “Data is the New Links… 765 more words