Published: April 1, 2011
My dream of starting BlackGirlsCode… was born out of this frustration that “blacks in tech” are often the unmitigated invisible […]
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: 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: March 6, 1997
The Webby Awards was founded way back when no one knew if the web would take off. When we take a look at the Webbys, we see the web’s history.
Published: February 8, 1996
February 1, 1996 was an absolutely terrible day for Shabbir J. Safdar. Safdar believed deeply in the open web, so […]
Published: June 30, 1993
Believe it or not, there was a time before search engines. Discovery on the web was far more difficult. It was easy to get lost. That is, until a few different people created a map.
Published: March 18, 1992
There’s this scene in the second season of The Crown (if you watch enough old movies, you’ll see the same kind […]
Published: October 1, 1991
Without hypertext, there would be no World Wide Web. But its name and conception predate the web’s creation by decades.
Published: August 6, 1991
Ever wondered how people found about the web. The first transmission of its existence was a digital one, a Usenet post that sparked a following of early web pioneers.