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From Bulletin Board Services to HTML 5 I first experienced the network we now call the “world wide web” sitting behind the keyboard of an Atari 800 XL. With it’s 300 baud, dial-up modem I could explore the world in an entirely new way. Back in those days almost everyone who connected to the “network” (remarkably different from the modern internet) did so via CompuServe – the first major commercial online service in the United States. Besides CompuServe there were […]

Posted by admin On Nov - 17 - 2012 Add Comments READ FULL POST

SEO Optimization is the art of tweaking your website to help the search engines understand exactly what your website is about, and who should be reading your content. Everytime somebody performs a search on a search engine, such as Google, the search engine tries to give the user the most relevant results. They want the searcher to be given the results which have the best content, most informative content, and relative media. If you aren’t optimizing your website’s content for […]

Posted by admin On Nov - 13 - 2012 Add Comments READ FULL POST

Team Treehouse: tops in affordable code tutorials While the global economy is in the proverbial “dumper” and job prospects are generally bleak (for many), the web revolution remains in high gear. Uncharacteristic of so many economic sectors the internet remains a growth industry, and, will likely remain a growth industry for the foreseeable future. A lot of people, like myself, are endeavoring to acquire the skill sets that will be valuable in this “brave new world” of tech. And, apart […]

Posted by admin On Sep - 20 - 2012 Add Comments READ FULL POST

IPV6 becomes an end-user reality On June 6th, 2012, IPV6 – an new IP protocol infrastructure  – will dramatically increase the number of devices which can maintain concurrent connections to the world’s largest network..the world wide web. In this video Vincent Cerf, one of the co-founders of the internet (with Bob Khan) explains the need for more IP numbers and gives us an interesting look how the creators of the world wide web envisioned it’s usage, and, popularity.  

Posted by admin On Aug - 16 - 2012 Add Comments READ FULL POST
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