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15 Internet Relics We Miss (and Some We Don't)
Internet

15 Internet Relics We Miss (and Some We Don't)

From dancing hamsters to ridiculous screen names, the internet has come a long way. Celebrate as it the public web turns 25.
Rose Leadem
Why the Internet Needs the WayBack Machine, the Site That Archives the Web
Radicals & Visionaries

Why the Internet Needs the WayBack Machine, the Site That Archives the Web

We spoke with Mark Graham, director of the Wayback Machine, to ask about the service that archives the internet of the past.
Grace Reader
15 Throwback Web Pages That Show Us How the Internet Has Changed
Technology

15 Throwback Web Pages That Show Us How the Internet Has Changed

We asked web designers to take a look at old websites using WayBack Machine. Here's what they say it teaches us about modern web design and the internet.
Grace Reader
13 Pivotal Internet Moments That Forever Changed How We Live, Work and Play
Radicals & Visionaries

13 Pivotal Internet Moments That Forever Changed How We Live, Work and Play

From indexing the web to breaking it, here are the online moments that changed everything.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
12 Domain-Name Debacles: 'Hillary Potter' for President and More
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12 Domain-Name Debacles: 'Hillary Potter' for President and More

The Democratic presidential nominee joins 11 other entities who faced trouble on the web.
Lindsay Friedman
11 Big Changes to the Internet From the Past Decade
Technology

11 Big Changes to the Internet From the Past Decade

Weebly looks at the design of its website from the previous 10 years, showing us just how much the web has changed.
Grace Reader
5 Amazing Tools for Every Internet-Based Entrepreneur
Tools

5 Amazing Tools for Every Internet-Based Entrepreneur

Even in the virtual world, tools make you much more productive.
Toby Nwazor
10 Ways to Improve Your Chances for Featured Snippets
Search

10 Ways to Improve Your Chances for Featured Snippets

People search the internet for answers. Companies that discern their questions will be found even by people who weren't looking for them.
John Rampton
Facebook Reveals Open-Source Wireless Platform, Opencellular
Facebook

Facebook Reveals Open-Source Wireless Platform, Opencellular

The initial version of OpenCellular's software platform will be available in the summer, and Facebook is testing out the boxes at its headquarters right now.
Stay One Step Ahead of Your Competition
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Stay One Step Ahead of Your Competition

Here are strategies that you can implement both on and offline to help keep your ear to the ground, understand your market and keep tabs on your competition.
Google's New Acquisition Makes it More Likely Fiber Service Will Come Your Way
Google

Google's New Acquisition Makes it More Likely Fiber Service Will Come Your Way

Webpass has deployed its 'superfast' connections in five US markets.
Users Can Now Retweet Themselves on Twitter -- Start Up Your Day Roundup
Start Up Your Day

Users Can Now Retweet Themselves on Twitter -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: Tesla is planning to sell electric cars at Nordstrom.
Lindsay Friedman
Appeals Court Backs Landmark Net Neutrality Rules
Net Neutrality

Appeals Court Backs Landmark Net Neutrality Rules

The rules prohibited broadband providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, essentially a 'fast lane' on the web's information superhighway.
A Short Primer on How the Web Works
Internet

A Short Primer on How the Web Works

We all use this thing called the internet every day, but many of us probably don't understand the mechanics behind it.
Andrew Medal

The Internet is a global communication network that connects computers worldwide in order to exchange information in various forms via routers and servers. The system originated from the U.S. government network Arpanet, starting in the 1960s.