Ted Nelson is designer of Project Xanadu, a conceptual precursor to the World Wide Web. He invented the term ‘hypertext’.
Archaeologists are using forensic software developed in the cold war to decode Leibniz’s notebooks. Leibniz, if you recall, independently developed calculus. Since paper was expensive during his time, his notebooks were crammed with a mishmash of information from various subjects, often overlapping on the same page.
Published and maintained by the W3C, the framework for web technology roadmaps is as complete a guide as you’ll ever get to everything going on about the web and the Internet.
…on a cable link that goes from Hong Kong to L.A. Owned by the appropriately named Faster Networks.
WebAssembly is a proposed high performance browser that can run compute-intensive applications like games and CAD.
Suggestions for documentation for system administrators. Could use a bit more streamlining but otherwise the principles seem soundm