The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
Articles tagged "web"
The original meaning of a troll is found in Scandinavian mythology, in which trolls are “creatures bent on mischief and wickedness.”
The White House just got itself a tumblr page, and it's accepting GIF submissions now. Here are a few suggestions for the inaugural entry.
I am fully aware of how hypocritical it must seem for me to be aggregating content from other sites for a listicle complaining about sites traffic-whoring in the wake of a tragedy, but these posts really annoyed me. If I could turn off the hit counte…
Some bitcoin services are more likely to comply with authority than your wish for privacy.
One chapter in a long and sticky saga about the visual jokes, references, and ideas that fly around the internet--and the laws designed to stop them dead in their rainbow-colored tracks.
Cyber Monday is terrible.
On November 9th, 65 Bitcoin-accepting merchants all got together, tossed their logos onto a website, and offered discount rates on products as diverse as bars of gold, chocolates, and automobiles.
What's in a nerdy name?
This ain't your mother's web art.
What it would have been like to not lose.
How Obama targeted his voters.
Cole Stryker is a real name, but it belongs to a writer who has written two books in as many years that investigate the ways that people push culture forward — or in some cases, backward — under the cloak of fake names.
The Internet and the World Wide Web are not the same thing.
h5. ^"Unleashing the global human imagination": Rod Beckstrom, president and CEO of ICANN^. Today, The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the organization in charge of maintaining the Internet's address system, "opened the floodg…
h3. A Day at the Anti-Web Rally In the future, the great Internet rally of 2012 might be seen as the prescient start of a global movement to grapple with the impact of this amazing and beguiling series of tubes: addiction, distraction, stupidity,
A beautiful evening at the ball park to fight the web.
In 2006, a Yale undergraduate named Aleksey Vayner was looking for a finance job after college. So he made a video about his rules for success.
In 2007, _Popular Science_ broke important ground in Internet visualization theory—an ongoing effort to describe what happens behind our computer screens, or, more accurately, beyond them, inside Ethernet cables and satellites lying around in the upp…
Like most big engineering feats in modern history, the Internet began as a military and university affair in the United States (ARPANET). The World Wide Web would follow about two decades later, when it emerged as a side project out of a European gov…
One day soon we may finally know just how the Internet "feels." Not because of Google Trends or by counting the Twitters -- that’s kid’s stuff. The grown-ups are here, and they’ve brought some science to "deal" with all these “human emotions.” Consid…
Web search has always been an especially arcane and unquestioned process, an abstract data-foraging ritual that is used much and understood little. But when the procedure itself is given center stage, these elusive algorithms begin to show a tiny bit…