Published: June 8, 1995
If you work on the web, you know that with software, things don’t always go right the first time. The […]
Published: May 25, 1995
You may have heard the name Jeffrey Zeldman before. He’s often referred to as the godfather of the web, and […]
Published: April 29, 1995
In the late 1980’s, Aliza Sherman moved to New York City and took a job in the music business, helping […]
Published: April 18, 1995
In the first few years of the web’s spread to ubiquity, traditional news publishers moved online. But a new kind of publisher was also born, one that was native to the web, with a whole new set of rules.
Published: March 2, 1995
It might seem strange to talk about books on the web, but when designers first turned to books for a way to learn about the web, Lynda Weinman and Jennifer Robbins showed them the way.
Published: November 1, 1994
Geocities is likely a site you’ve heard of. It may even have been a site that you used. It’s origin, and the movement it later inspired, is an incredible story of self-expression and serendipity.
Published: October 17, 1994
A history of Perl, Python, and the websites that rely on them.
Published: October 2, 1994
The web distributes access, access to information, and access to one another. Access on the web is what brings us to small island off the coast of Fiji, where web pioneers forged a unique community.
Published: October 1, 1994
I talked a bit about the importance of the WWW Wizards Workshop last time in my recap on the importance […]
Published: September 2, 1994
Thanks to the web, in 1999 (or thereabouts), you might find yourself at home, staring at the virtual window of your computer screen, looking out the very real windows of your favorite cyber café.
Published: June 1, 1994
There are the browsers that everyone’s heard of. And then there are some that, for whatever reason, faded away. These are the latter.
Published: April 20, 1994
In 1995, it would be hard to believe that you could win a million dollars from surfing the web. Then, AOL made it possible.