It was more than two decades ago that the first web page launched, and if you’re curious what the web looked like back in 1991, CERN has preserved that original site for your perusing pleasure. Created by Tim Berners-Lee on a NeXT computer, the site was a place to find information about the new and exciting World Wide Web — “a wide-area hypermedia information retrieval initiative …

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Source: SiteProNews.com – 17/05/2011 Merriam-Webster defines a myth as “a usually traditional story of ostensibly historical events that serves to unfold part of the world view of a people or explain a practice, belief, or natural phenomenon.” It’s been said all myths are based in fact. Whether or not that’s true is debatable. What isn’t debatable, however, is like society, Internet Marketing also has its …

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Source: itNews Comment: Don’t fall for dodgy ‘support’ calls. On Friday I experienced first-hand the methods by which scammers are attempting to dupe Australians into paying for software to remotely “fix” computers that just ain’t broke. The call came through to my home office via VoIP, and while I was in no way fooled by the scam, I could well imagine the less computer literate …

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http://www.newseum.org/todaysfrontpages/flash/ Watching the TV or reading newspapers is one of the most destructive things you can do for your mental and emotional well being but who knows what good may come of this. Just put your mouse on a city, almost anywhere in the world, and the newspaper headlines pop up. Double click and the page gets larger. You can read the entire paper on …

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At the 27th Chaos Communication Congress (27C3) in Berlin, security researcher Julia Wolf of US company FireEye pointed out numerous, previously hardly known, security problems in connection with Adobe’s PDF standard. For instance, a PDF can reportedly contain a database scanner that becomes active and scans a network when the document is printed on a network printer. Wolf said that the document format is also …

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Source: Nett Magazine | Luke Telford SEO is a race without a finish line. The reason for this is that the search engines are always trying to find ways of making the quality of their search better for users. This means that many of the SEO tactics used 5 years ago no longer hold any relevance for your content – yet, some SEO professionals continue …

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Source: Luke Telford | Nett Magazine Web design is easy to get wrong. If you want your website to capture the attention of visitors, it’s best to take a couple of steps back and gain some perspective on what it’s purpose actually is. It can be very easy to get caught up in the details. Here are some points to consider. 1. Looks are important …

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Source: Nettuts+ This article aims to show you how to attract users and make them hungry for more. Who is this post for? Anyone with a website. Not all of the items listed below will apply directly to you and your business; however, they are, at the very least, an excellent source for inspiration. 1. Write Fresh and Catchy Content If you have good content, …

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New research from Telstra shows that internet access along with food and heating are the three things Australians would least like to spend a day without. “The average Australian household has entered a new age of online connectivity,” said Telstra Executive Director Consumer, Ms Rebekah O’Flaherty. “Telstra’s research reveals more than half of all households now feature four or more types of internet enabled devices …

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This week marked yet another milestone in the internet becoming mobile, when the five billionth mobile subscription added to the count, largely thanks to emerging markets like India and China. According to Ericsson estimates, based on industry information, the five billionth subscription was added on 8 July. In the year 2000, about 720 million people had mobile subscriptions, less than the amount of users China, alone, …

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