Results tagged with 'Internet'
Published July 20, 2014
Recently, Jacob Tabak helped develop an Android app called Timehop. With this technical know-how and successful design under his belt, Tabak turned his attention to his more pressing problems: a closed and locked garage door, full hands and the desire to solve human needs through better technology.
Published June 11, 2014
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted to open up recently proposed rules concerning the future of the Internet for public comment. The changes could end net neutrality.
Published June 6, 2014
If you ever want to see the worst people in the world, just scroll down to the bottom of stories on CNN.com or Yahoo News. No matter what the subject of the article, the anonymous trolls will be there, spewing hate, racism, right- and left-wing political crazy talk, and the worst grammar and spelling on the Internet.
Published March 5, 2014
Whoever came up with the saying, "You can never have too much of a good thing," obviously had never been on the Internet. In all of its glory, the Web has many addictive qualities to it. From its anonymity and endless outlets for just about any and every fantasy and desire known, its alluring appeal can be difficult to ignore.
Published Jan. 15, 2014
Sometimes, a story is just so complicated that reporters, editors and producers are just not smart enough to present it. And, sometimes, journalists are just too lazy and go after the easy story rather than the difficult one.
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Monday May 21st, 2012 – Fox Lake, IL Is the internet a good thing? I’m still not completely convinced. Parts of it are nothing short of a modern day miracle. It’s the single most dramatic leap in the communication process since the printing press, and has complet...
I've been "online" since 1993, when 9,600bps was fast and a 17" CRT was considered the big time. The idea of a text-driven BBS being hip was vanquisted forever with the advent of Mosaic, the first real web browser. It changed the business world as much as any invention ...
Facebook, the exceptionally fast growing networking site, is both symbol and tool of globalization. The Internet represents development of a global society as well as economy. This particular social arena is populated primarily by...
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