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5 Best Online Photo Editor

Online Photo Editor is simple and there are no need to install Software on your computer. The most most popular Photo Editor is Photoshop. But you may do not know how to use Photoshop or don’t have enough money to buy Photoshop software. 23 more words

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Why Being A Model Was Never Enough For Cara Delevingne

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She’s now a model\/actress\/author. Keep ’em coming, Cara. 2,272 more words


Three Challenges For The Web, According To Its Inventor

I imagined the web as an open platform that would allow everyone, everywhere to share information, access opportunities and collaborate across geographic and cultural boundaries. In many ways, the web has lived up to this vision, though it has been a recurring battle to keep it open. 50 more words


Piwik Pro raises $2 million to truly liberate your analytics

You know when you set up a website and you add a Google Analytics tracker to see how many visitors you have? What you’re actually doing is giving Google and other parties access to your stats and users. 278 more words


The Dotage Diaries - The Terrible Twins: Alexa and Dot

When I was in my prime, my life evolved around my job.  Now, after too many years on the 9-5 treadmill doing something that was never me, I am… 180 more words


The Idea of the Internet

The geniuses that anticipated the idea of the Internet

Names such as Vinton Cerf, co-author of the TCP/IP protocols, or Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web, are essential in any review of the history of the Internet. 347 more words


Three challenges for the web, according to its inventor

Today is the world wide web’s 28th birthday. Here’s a message from our founder and web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee on how the web has evolved, and what we must do to ensure it fulfils his vision of an equalising platform that benefits all of humanity. 1,156 more words