Today Apple has announced new professional training through online courses and certifications to help prepare workers for the IT field.
The Dancing Baby, one of the most infamous artifacts from the early days of the internet, is being minted as an NFT.
David Walden, a computer scientist that helped build the foundations of the internet, has died at the age of 79.
Reddit brings back infamous r/Place for April Fool’s Day, giving Redditors a chance to experience a real time digital canvas.
The internet mourns the loss of two important figures. John Roach and Stephen Wilhite helped shaped the tech we know today.
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Chris Stokel-Walker isn’t happy with Pinterest and writes how the company has ruined image search for internet users.
Beloved by moodboard aficionados and wedding planners alike, the platform is hated by rank-and-file web surfers. It’s not that it doesn’t have its purpose; it’s just that it intrudes on the search experience of pretty much everyone who doesn’t want to use it.
I have Pinterest to thank for one thing. My annoyance, and eventual hatred, spurred me to move to a standardized data curation system in which I store files in my own folders and not inside Pinterest’s putrid platform.
The Internet Archive has created the Wayforward Machine. It transports you to 2046 to simulate potential threats to internet freedom we could face.
And then it becomes clear: the whole purpose of the satirical Wayforward Machine is to raise awareness about the ongoing threats to the Internet and to libraries like the Wayback Machine, which plays a prominent role in preserving historic content and the truth, as it appeared in the past.
It’s a fun, important project. I typed in The Mac Observer and one of the messages says the website has been temporarily suspended pending the outcome of legal proceedings. Likely because we published something that Emperor Zuckerberg II, Glorious Commander of the United States of Facebook, didn’t like.
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