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: December 2, 1995
This is a small chunk of history of rock music on the web. It begins in Santa Cruz. Michael Goldberg […]
Published: November 14, 1995
Internet Radio has been attempted so many times in the history of the web that it’s hard to keep track. With each time came a new innovation, and in most cases, a new way to fail.
Published: October 3, 1995
A web magazine springs up from the depths of Hotwired, and captures the imagination and attention of a growing web audience.
Published: September 18, 1995
In 1995, Netscape Navigator was enjoying a meteoric rise to the top of the browser market. They had only released […]
Published: September 3, 1995
There’s this story about Ebay and Pez that used to go around. It goes something like this: Pierre Omidyar, the […]
Published: July 6, 1995
Communities on the web often formed around common interests and niches. As they grew, their utility began to shift to more mainstream elements
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.