our thoughts and opinions on things we think matter
I believe that with few exceptions, there isn’t much music I like from the period after Mozart died and until the Rolling Stones came along.
I love reading good books. A good book is one that teaches me something, makes me look at the world in a new way, or takes me to a place I hadn’t imagined before.
the real cost of free
Free wi-fi, free sites, free services, free apps. Far from free when we consider that we are paying for them with information about ourselves and our friends.
dark, deep and clear
In the last article I raised the apparent discrepancy between the number of web pages and the number of pages indexed by search engines. To know why, we look at the clear web, the deep web and the dark web.
things the web has changed
A video review of some of the things that were changed, or even no longer exist because of the web.
the world wide web
In a list compiled by the British Council, the invention of the World Wide Web is ranked number one. So where did it come from?
ARPANET was a means to connect military research networks together. The network at one site was now able to connect to the network at another site. It eventually became known as the internet, from the term “inter-network”.
the interwebz – an exploration
Many people do not understand beyond a most superficial level what this thing they call the web is. This is the first in a series of articles to explore the web