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Magazine articles on the state and evolution of the internet.
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November 8, 2004
Otis Port
Timothy J. Berners-Lee: Spinning The World's Web As head of the World Wide Web Consortium, based at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Berners-Lee is coordinating a global team bent on hatching the Semantic Web. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
PC Magazine
November 16, 2004
John C. Dvorak
A Google-Microsoft War Microsoft will see the Google browser as its biggest threat and find ways to thwart the upstart's intentions. mark for My Articles 2114 similar articles
October 28, 2004
Jim Wagner
Domain Apps Progress Through ICANN Judged technically sound, the proposals for .post and .travel enter the negotiation phase. mark for My Articles 174 similar articles
Science News
October 23, 2004
Net History This Web site aims to provide material documenting the applications and platforms that came together to create the early Internet. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
October 22, 2004
Sean Michael Kerner
IE Fights Back, Sort Of Amid the buzz surrounding alternative browsers, one security researcher claims Microsoft's is more stable. mark for My Articles 371 similar articles
October 20, 2004
Jim Wagner
'Drag-and-Drop' IE Flaw Persists Microsoft officials confirmed the existence of two vulnerabilities within Internet Explorer 6.0 that affect all versions of Windows, including Windows XP Service Pack 2 users. mark for My Articles 682 similar articles
October 20, 2004
Ryan Naraine
Tabbed Browsing Flaws Detected Tabbed browsing, one of the more popular features built into alternative Web browsers, contains a security flaw that puts users at risk of spoofing attacks. mark for My Articles 614 similar articles
October 19, 2004
Jim Wagner
Firefox's Volunteer Launch Brigade As the Mozilla Foundation puts the finishing touches on the public release of Firefox 1.0 and Thunderbird 1.0, volunteers spring to action. mark for My Articles 672 similar articles
PC Magazine
November 2, 2004
Sebastian Rupley
PlanetLab: A New Net Does the Internet need a piggyback network? mark for My Articles 563 similar articles
October 18, 2004
Michael Singer
XHTML, HTML Get International Flavor An Internet standards task force is appealing to an international audience with an update to the XHTML and HTML markup languages. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
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