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THE NINETIES AND THE NOUGHTIES

It’s amazing how many world events we can forget or simply overlook when we’re otherwise engaged. 1,696 more words

Memories

Electronic Superhighway (1966-2016)

On my ‘to do’ list before I left the UK and returned back to work in Tokyo was to go and check-out the Electronic Superhighway exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery held in London. 785 more words

Exhibitions

History: The Monolingual Internet

Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web (WWW), is British and a native speaker of English. He first created his technology for an international group of researcher at the CERN in Switzerland and then founded the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US. 397 more words

Those were the days:

The unlikely photo that kickstarted the social web

Although this photo of the Cernettes is commonly called “the first photograph uploaded to the internet” that’s not completely accurate. 111 more words

Blog

Watch Steve Jobs launch 'his biggest product failure'

”Until the video below was discovered by researchers working on Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs, the only known recording of Jobs from his NeXT years was a PBS documentary called… 198 more words

News

Top five mistakes made by HTML5 developers

╦ It’s been over 20 years since Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau specified HTML, which became the standard markup language used to build the Internet. Ever since then, the HTML development community and developers now at Trendism have begged for improvements to this language, but this cry was m… – … 7 more words

Hammer to Nail Review: Foreveryone.net

(The 2016 Sundance Film Festival is in full swing and we have boots on the ground as well as eyes on screener links for the whole festival! 179 more words

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