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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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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There are some brilliant web experiences to be had these days, but every now and then, something goes wrong and it is not always an error on someones behalf. We ran into a couple of technology related issues with different clients this week which serve as a good reminder about the need to both be aware that different technologies can cause different website and internet …

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Eavesdropping Webcams, spying ISPs, toxic PCs, and more. Here are 21 dangers that the industry is hiding from you–and what you can do about them. Dan Tynan – Mar 30, 2010 1:00 pm Yes, the truth is out there. But they don’t want you to know about it. Who’s “they”? It could be Google or product manufacturers, your boss or your wireless carrier, Hollywood or …

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By Renai LeMay, Delimiter.com.au on April 7th, 2010 Microsoft appears to have accidentally deleted six years of blog archives hosted on its free Windows Live Spaces platform belonging to Australian mobile technology evangelist Shane Williamson. “About 3 weeks ago my Windows Live Spaces blog was deleted by Microsoft for no reason,” Williamson wrote on his site over the weekend. “That is over six years of …

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In its rush to take on Facebook and Google Buzz, Microsoft is now collecting and displaying personal information on your Hotmail page — information you may never have wanted to broadcast. Exactly how it’s mining this information is something of a mystery, but if you use Hotmail or Windows Live, it’s time to review your privacy settings — lest something you said or did comes …

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A 4G Wireless World The world of wireless and mobile communications is on the verge of a new revolution–a 4G wireless broadband revolution. But the blazing super fast speed offered by 4G systems (100Mbps and faster) is not the “Che Guevara” in the revolutionary world of 4G technology. Companies that produce content running at 4G speeds are the future of mobile communications. Think of it …

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During 2008-09, Australians continued to demonstrate their thirst for flexible communications. Take-up continued across a range of platforms and technologies, with the use of 3G mobile and wireless broadband services growing by 162%. At the same time, general internet use continues to grow and diversify strongly, with Australians downloading ever-increasing amounts of data and more people going online for business and personal transactions. These are …

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