The original WorldWideWeb browser has been revived … in your modern browser
This is an awesome project: In December 1990, an application called WorldWideWeb was developed on a NeXT machine at The European Organization for Nuclear Research (known as CERN) just outside of Geneva. This program – WorldWideWeb — is the antecedent of most of what we consider or know of as “the web” today. In February 2019,…
The humble hyperlink that changed the world
This is a great video that highlights how the simple hyperlink has revolutionised how we work with information. It made the Web possible!
The Web is still important for writing
I have this recurring thought that the Web is a wonderful platform for writing and publishing. I love writing for the Web and think there is so much more I could do with it, given the right opportunities.
One of the weirdest Firefox unboxing videos ever!
When it comes to unboxing videos, this Firefox unboxing video is the weirdest I’ve ever seen! I have Firefox set as my default browser on my work laptop, primarily for performance reasons: Chrome is just too heavy for my somewhat underpowered Lenovo laptop, even running Ubuntu Linux.
The web was built by hand
I’ve been a Firefox fan since Firefox was in pre-1.0 beta. Even though it isn’t my primary browser at the moment (wait 5 minutes, my defaults can change without notice), I still love what it stands for and the work the Mozilla Foundation is doing. This video nicely encapsulates that mission: I love this idea…
How communications networks harvest your data to personalize your Web experience
This video is beautifully designed and made and nicely explains how data collected by our communications networks is sold and used to personalize our experience of the Web and the ads that are presented to us on the Web.