Published: October 24, 2001
Archiving the web is an important mission and the resources it requires is immense. It is thanks to a select few that it gets done at all.
Published: October 8, 2001
By 2001, the world blog had entered Internet vernacular, both as a noun and a verb. Mena Trott was one of these […]
Published: September 1, 2001
Benjamin Sun and Omar Wasow met for the first time in 1999. They had both recently struck out on the […]
Published: January 21, 2001
The web has always belonged to all of us. That is to say its protocols and underlying technology are products […]
Published: January 15, 2001
Wikipedia is a free, online, user-edited and user-contributed encyclopedia. It is also a stupendously simple and almost inevitable idea, but […]
Published: February 1, 2000
Computer programmers like to squabble. I suppose this is true in any profession, but it is most certainly true for […]
Published: January 1, 2000
It’s been over seventeen years since the world ended. Or, rather, it was supposed to be The End of the […]
Published: December 17, 1999
The politics of campaigns have been massively influenced by the tonal shift of the web, and they will likely never be the same.
Published: November 15, 1999
Neopets was a massively successful and inclusive digital world, but I think people focus far too much on its advertising […]
Published: March 15, 1999
How would you structure a feed for syndicating blog content? Remember, it would need to be standard enough for a computer […]
Published: February 22, 1999
In January of 1999, members of DoCoMo held a press conference in Tokyo, attended by only a handful of people. At […]
Published: February 1, 1999
The favicon was a total experiment, the result of a bit of serendipity and luck.