It's the Web's 25th birthday and Tim Bray, inventor of XML and Web pioneer, has a great remembrance of the milestones of the early Web:
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Back in the earliest days, Playboy.com went live; the picture is from December 20, 1996. It’s not that well-known that certain Netscape people reached out to Playboy, convinced them to do this Web thing, and helped them build the site. At one point, their servers were in the same room with pieces of Netscape.com and Yahoo.com; I was in that room and saw them. The historic linkage between the Web and fleshtone-soaked JPEGs is unsubtle; it’s possible that right here is where it started. ¶
HOME: Stories From L.A., a member of the Boing Boing Podcast Network, is back for its fourth season. This week:What happens to a utopia that never got off the ground? Bits and pieces of one, an experiment in postwar living for the masses, are hiding in plain sight in the hills above Sunset Boulevard. Architect and […]
When the Crown pardoned codebreaking war-hero and computer science pioneer Alan Turing in 2013, we noted that 50,000 other British men who were also convicted of “sodomy” remained criminals in the eyes of the law.
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