Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the internet. Remember: nothing good ever happens after 2:00AM.Also on:
A story of connecting to the internet for the first time. Oh, the 90s!
A novelty piece in the old “break-in” style pioneered by Dickie Goodman and Bill Buchanan where song clips replace soundbytes from interviews or dialogue.I downloaded this from AOL in the mid-1990’s, and I don’t recall who uploaded it originally.If you or someone you know created this, please let me know so that I may give proper credit.Thanks!Also on:
Ah, the early days of web marketing! Before the dark times. Before Facebook. Who remembers Outpost.com?
Would you tattoo a website on your forehead for $4,000?
Even though it may, for now, be a largely symbolic move, I’m quite proud of those responsible for this. Bravo!
When an internet user hits a web page that has been blocked for legal reasons (read: censorship), they may be presented with a 451 error instead of the more generic 403 “forbidden” error. This is a win for transparency.
This already tried to pass in Europe. It almost won. Don’t say it can’t happen.
Imagine a world without links. That’s what you’re in for if Big Media lobbyists get their way. Help us save our right to link at http://SaveTheLink.org
When Hopes&Fears approached me about using a 56K modem for a period of time, I got all cyber-machismo and upped the ante from their suggested three days to a whole week. I felt like seven days would make me really feel the burn; would make me check my privilege. In actuality, this was possibly the most panic-attack inducing bullshit decision I’ve ever made.