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Search is on for lost first draft of first Web page

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Someone out there could have a missing copy of the world's first Web site from 1990. Have you checked your old floppies lately? [Read more]...
Search is on for lost first draft of first Web page
Friendster founder launches social-news app, but will it fly?

'Historic' day for web languages

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The web undergoes a "historic" change as a system that allows the first web addresses in non-Latin scripts is switched on....
'Historic' day for web languages

Rethinking Mobile First

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I wrote the Mobile First Web Second blog post a few years ago. In that post, I talked about apps that were designed to be used on mobile primarily with the web as a companion. There have been a number of startups that have taken that approach and done well...
Rethinking Mobile First

Mobile First Web Second (continued)

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PandoDaily has it right in this post. Mobile usage of many categories has surpassed web usage. Games and Social Networking are absolutely in this category. Others are headed there fast. This post by our portfolio company Flurry, which is the leader in mobile analytics, has some good data on that...
Mobile First Web Second (continued)

Sponsor post: DeveloperWeek brings largest app incubator to SF, Feb. 1-7

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Calling all developers, programmers, IT professionals and C-level execs: Join us in February, as San Francisco is turned into the largest weeklong app incubator at the DeveloperWeek Conference & Festival 2013 (Feb. 1–7, 2013). DeveloperWeek is where you — and over 1,000 other attendees — will build web and mobile...
Sponsor post: DeveloperWeek brings largest app incubator to SF, Feb. 1-7

Shots All Around! The World Wide Web Is Now Old Enough to Drink

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Twenty-one years ago, Tim Berners-Lee published the first web page....
Shots All Around! The World Wide Web Is Now Old Enough to Drink

13 killer Chrome apps to replace your desktop software

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When Tim Berners-Lee invented the first Web browser in 1990, it was just an application made to read HTML pages passively. Fast-forward to today, and the modern Web browser has become a powerful platform in itself--almost a miniature operating system, capable of running complex JavaScript code and interacting with Flash...
13 killer Chrome apps to replace your desktop software

VIDEO: Celebrating 20 years of the web

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Click's David Reid visits Cern to find out more about the plans to restore the world's first web page....
VIDEO: Celebrating 20 years of the web

Tech Weekly podcast: tech pioneer Charles Ferguson

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This week on Tech Weekly with Aleks Krotoski and Guardian technology editor Charles Arthur we meet the Oscar-winning documentary maker Charles Ferguson.Ferguson may be a noted author and film-maker (he bagged an Oscar for his documentary Inside Job about the global banking meltdown) but his roots are planted firmly in...
Tech Weekly podcast: tech pioneer Charles Ferguson
Steve Jobs originally wanted to call Safari Web browser 'Freedom'

Time Spent In Mobile Apps Is Starting To Challenge Television, Flurry Says

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Now that usage of mobile apps has overtaken browsing on the desktop web, it’s starting to challenge television, Flurry says. The San Francisco-based mobile analytics startup says that consumers are spending 127 minutes per day in mobile apps, up 35 percent from 94 minutes a day in the same...
Time Spent In Mobile Apps Is Starting To Challenge Television, Flurry Says
FedEx CIO shares his thoughts on the architecture required for "epic data"
Berners-Lee: World Finally Realizes Web Belongs To No One

Which Finds The First-Ever Website Better, Google Or Bing?

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For the 20th anniversary of CERN making web technology available to anyone royalty-free, the European science lab has restored the very first web site to its original location. Could today’s search engines of Google and Bing, which didn’t exist when the site was first posted, find it... Please visit Search...
Which Finds The First-Ever Website Better, Google Or Bing?

Crowdsourced art: a good or bad idea? - open thread

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As California's Diablo Ballet announces the 'world's first web ballet', tell us what you think of art created via the medium of social media. Does it produce good results?Reading this on mobile? Click here to watch videoDiablo Ballet has announced the premiere of the "world's first web ballet". They tweeted:Excited...
Crowdsourced art: a good or bad idea? - open thread
What does it take to turn around a Web company? A look inside the only two we've ever seen

Gilt Groupe Hires A New CEO -- Chairman Kevin Ryan Explains Why

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Gilt Groupe was one of the first web 2.0 companies to ignite the New York startup scene when it launched in 2007. Since then, the designer flash sales site has attracted over $220 million in outside capital and its valuation has toggled between $600 million and $1.1 billion. But over...
Gilt Groupe Hires A New CEO -- Chairman Kevin Ryan Explains Why

Mobile Is About Doing One Thing Great, Not Just Being Mobile First

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Editor’s note: Mrinal Desai is co-founder and CEO of addappt, developer of an iPhone address book app that your friends maintain. He was also the first business development manager at LinkedIn. Follow him on Twitter @mrinaldesai.  Curly: Do you know what the secret of life is? [Holds up one finger.] This. Mitch: Your finger? Curly:...
Mobile Is About Doing One Thing Great, Not Just Being Mobile First
Visit the very first web page from more than 20 years ago

John Doerr: The Next Big Thing

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This guest post was written by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partners John Doerr, Bing Gordon, Chi-Hua Chien and Ellen Pao. We covered KP’s increase in the size of the iFund last week, and additional insights from KP’s Matt Murphy on the iPad. This post goes into a lot more...
John Doerr: The Next Big Thing

Google's launches Public Alerts in Japan to provide information during tsunami, earthquake crises

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Google has announced the first international expansion of its Public Alerts system — which helps disseminate details of emergencies through its Web services — after the service went live in Japan. Initially conceived in the US in January 2012, the company says that warnings for earthquakes and tsunamis will begin...
Google's launches Public Alerts in Japan to provide information during tsunami, earthquake crises

What are your first internet memories? | Open thread

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Cern has brought back the first ever webpage in its 1992 state. Share your memories of the first time you used the internetA team at the research centre Cern has restored the world's first WWW page to its original state - - in recent years the address has been redirecting...
What are your first internet memories? | Open thread

Vidyo Takes On Polycom By Launching Browser-Based Telepresence And A $750 Executive Desktop System

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The video conferencing world is ultra-competitive. I know because every time I get on a video conference with someone from a video conferencing company,* all they ever do is tell me about how they’re leading the industry, and how what they’re announcing will change video conferencing forever by making what...
Vidyo Takes On Polycom By Launching Browser-Based Telepresence And A $750 Executive Desktop System

BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: Should It Really Be Mobile First, Web Second?

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Mobile Insights is the new daily newsletter from BI Intelligence that collects and delivers the top mobile strategy news. It is delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. Sign up here for a free trial of BI Intelligence today. In The Rush To Mobile, Don't Ignore The Power Of The Web (Fast Company)Fred...
BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: Should It Really Be Mobile First, Web Second?

Y Combinator-Backed Strikingly Launches To Help Publishers Build Compelling Mobile-First Web Experiences

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In today’s web environment, where there are more mobile phones than toothbrushes around the world, and where smartphones are increasingly becoming consumers’ go-to computing devices, publishers who have yet to build a web site may be best focusing their development efforts mobile-first instead of building for the desktop environment. To...
Y Combinator-Backed Strikingly Launches To Help Publishers Build Compelling Mobile-First Web Experiences
The World's First Web Page Is Back Online

A Blog Post Written On The Mobile Web

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That was a great discussion yesterday. It was everything that makes this blog and community so helpful to me. Brandon's comment which got up voted something like 100 times and is now permanently anchored at the top of the thread makes the excellent counterpoint that mobile is just a channel...
A Blog Post Written On The Mobile Web

Single User Utility In A Social System

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The first web 2 style social network we invested in at USV was delicious. We learned a lot from that one even though it was a short investment for us.I still wonder what might have been. But that's not the subject of this post. One of the most important lessons...
Single User Utility In A Social System

Berkeley Law's first Web Privacy Census is out and it's troubling

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That Web site you love? It's tracking you. So is the other one. In fact, so are all of the top 100 sites, according to new research. [Read more]...
Berkeley Law's first Web Privacy Census is out and it's troubling
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?