Remember When the First Website Went Online?

I remember when ARPANET turned into the Internet and the very first web site went online.  Ok, there’s no clear delineation where one stopped and the other one started, but I’ve been using whatever-it-was-called since 1981. About a month ago, the organization who put the world’s very first web site online dug up a copy of the old site and put it back online. It was a very simple, text-only site and used the brand-new...

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Childhood Web Site

It’s embarrassing, as most things are when we were awkward 15-year-old teenagers finishing freshman year of high school. He calls himself Slim Shady! He made something called the Vader Fader! A blinking dinosaur eye welcomes you to his website! But the Angelfire page is also fascinating considering what we know now about Zuckerberg. He describes a Java app called “The Web“, which connected people to one another over...

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Firefox Under Fire by Homeland Security

Firefox is one of the most secure and modern Internet Browsers available at any price.  So why is the Department of Homeland Security getting involved?  It’s not a security problem, it’s the MafiaaFire add-on. The Department of Homeland Security has requested that Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox browser, remove an add-on that allows web surfers to access websites whose domain names were seized by the government for...

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All in One (Internet Fax and Virtual PBX Service) at just $10 per month

MyFax and my1voice are perfect solutions for professionals who always on the go. In today’s mobile society, dads are looking for accessibility everywhere: lunch with a client or their son’s soccer game.   Working dads need to always be available for important, time sensitive things like phone calls and faxes. MyFax is the fastest growing Internet fax service for individuals, small, medium and large businesses to send and receive faxes...

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Internet Flaw Means Going to any Web Site Could Lead to Major Trouble for You

The bad guys are using an exploit against one of the backbone Internet protocols to trick your computer to take you to their site instead of where you think you’re really going.  Nasty stuff. Currently more than 52% of Internet users are exposed to this problem due to ISPs who haven’t properly updated their DNS (Dynamic Name System) servers, but there’s a way you can tell if you’re at risk. Visit...

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