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The web has become a tool that nearly everyone uses on a daily basis. But this hasn't always been the case - the World Wide Web has gone...

A Brief History of Web Development


Is it better to have access to limited parts of the Internet than to have no access at all? This is a hotly debated question surrounding...

Internet in the Developing World - Questions Around Access and Net Neutrality


SEO has been a standard practice to elevate search rankings, but with recent changes in Google's search algorithms, SEO is shifting away...

SEO's Not Dead, It's Just Changing


The issue of net neutrality has barely made a ripple in the broader world - until talk-show host John Oliver inspires Internet trolls to...

Everything You Need to Know About Net Neutrality Comes in the Hilarious Rant That Crashed the FCC's Website


The virtual currency Bitcoin has had more than its 15 minutes of fame recently. What exactly is bitcoin and is all of the attention it’s...

What the $#@! Is Bitcoin?!


You've probably heard this term, but what it does really mean? Here we take a look at its meaning - and what it means for you.

What the $#@! Is the Internet of Things?!


The Bitcoin protocol is still evolving, which makes understanding how it works even more complicated. Get the basics here.

How the Bitcoin Protocol Actually Works


Sites like Facebook and Twitter are now so popular they account for more of our online time than any other single activity.

How Much Time Do You Spend on Social Media Sites?


Amazon Web Services is a relatively simple and inexpensive alternative to more traditional IT solutions, and can let your company focus its...

Are You Missing Out on Amazon Web Services?


Sockpuppet marketing is shilling in sheep's clothing. Here, we review this online scourge, its legal ramifications and advice from Google's...

No, That's Not My Hand In There! Why Sockpuppet Marketing Is Bad News


Google Reader bit the dust on July 1, joining many other Google projects that have been laid to rest over the years. If you feel like...

INFOGRAPHIC: Top 12 Dead Google Projects


A battle between technology and education isn't really the point here so much as how best to make use of technology to provide flexible,...

Can Online Education Really Make the Cut?


Many big companies are offering two-step authentication, but while it's better than many of the alternatives, it's no iron fortress.

The Basics of Two-Factor Authentication


In 2013, it's companies, advertisers and online service providers who are most keen on learning more about us, not so much so that they can...

INFOGRAPHIC: 1984 in 2013: Privacy and the Internet


MOOCs are offering a brave new option at a time when traditional college degrees have lost a little of their shine. Learn more about them...

What Do Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Mean for Education?


Google's RSS is gone, which leaves a very big hole for another service to take its place.

RSS After the Death of Google Reader


If you are on the Internet regularly, chances are you have come across a site that uses OAuth. Find out how the newest version of this...

OAuth 2.0 101


The publishing world is undergoing a major shift as reading becomes increasingly digitized, and that's affecting readers and writers too.

E-Books: What They Mean for Writers, Readers and the Written Word


Ever wondered how all those emails, pictures and tweets can travel over the internet without clashing with each other? In this article...