Above: Tim Berners-Lee’s NeXT at CERN was the first-ever web server, browser, and editor. The computer that Tim Berners-Lee used to invent the World Wide Web. There is no such thing as the last web page on the web, well not unless you count the newest page that was uploaded to the web but then [...]
It’s not the end of Kulture, just the end of 2011. You can expect more of the same awesomeness in 2012.
I don’t think that many people realise that the internet, as we know it today, wasn’t always commercial, i.e. that it wasn’t always accessible to the general public via an ISP by paying them a monthly fee for an internet access plan. The internet has been around for 42 years depending on when you start [...]
Yesterday Deloitte released a report entitled The Connected Continent for Google, it estimates that in 2010 the internet contributed $50 billion in GDP to Australia, about 3.6% of Australias GDP. The internet contributed more to Australias GDP than the arts and entertainment ($10 billion), Electricity, gas and water ($25 billion), Agriculture and fishing ($27 billion), [...]
I do a lot of shopping on line. I always buy my computer parts on line, books, music. But the thing I love about the Internet is that you can shop overseas and you can find all sorts of awesomeness around the web like my Japanese Puzzle Box, the awesome Young Mad Scientist’s First Alphabet [...]
I dig reading, it makes you smart and stuff. Being the geek that I am I like reading about tech and anything tech related. The last 6 books I have read have all been computer/tech related. One of the more interesting books, and one that will most likely appeal to a wider audience beyond geeks [...]