20 years of the World Wide Web – Twenty years ago, in a research establishment in the Swiss Alps, a British-born computer scientist dreamt up a new way for academics to share information around the globe.
30 iPhone Apps with Sexy Interfaces – Whether you’re looking for a robotic unit converter, a realistic app for reading novels, or a intuitive Twitter client – this roundup has something for you. Each application puts design first, offering a fantastic user experience.
100 Geeky Places to Take Your Kids This Summer – So what are some fun, geeky places to take your geeklets? Even better, what are some fun, geeky places that kids and adults will all enjoy?
How 16 Electronics Companies Got Their Names – Most of us spend a lot of time staring at a computer or TV screen, playing video games, or gabbing into our cell phones. The brand names for these products are all familiar, but where did they come from in the first place? Just what is a Nokia? Here’s a look at the origins of some of your favorite tech and gadget companies’ names.
How to Make Moving Pictures (Just Like Harry Potter!) – In honor of the new Harry Potter movie Photo Jojo has released a tutorial on how to make your own moving pictures.
Workaround for Firefox 3.5 slow startups on Windows – If you find yourself with very long startup times after upgrading to Firefox 3.5 (from say 10 seconds to the order of minutes), you may be experimenting a bug due to a change in how Firefox 3.5 gets the randomness it needs for security purposes on Windows.
12% of e-mail users have actually tried to buy stuff from spam. Dumbasses!
Linux booted in one second
iPhone Server Farm stretches the boundaries of Smartphones
RIAA: Tenenbaum “fair use” defense is laughable