This Was the First Web Page – EVER Happy 25th Anniversary WWW

The WorldWideWeb (W3) is a wide-area
hypermedia information retrieval
initiative aiming to give universal
access to a large universe of documents.
Everything there is online about
W3 is linked directly or indirectly
to this document, including an executive
summary of the project, Mailing lists
, Policy , November’s W3 news ,
Frequently Asked Questions .
What’s out there?
Pointers to the
world’s online information, subjects
, W3 servers, etc.
Help
on the browser you are using
Software Products
A list of W3 project
components and their current state.
(e.g. Line Mode ,X11 Viola , NeXTStep
, Servers , Tools , Mail robot ,
Library )
Technical
Details of protocols, formats,
program internals etc
Bibliography
Paper documentation
on W3 and references.
People
A list of some people involved
in the project.
History
A summary of the history
of the project.
How can I help ?
If you would like
to support the web..
Getting code
Getting the code by
anonymous FTP , etc.


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Getting started with AWS Lambda

AWS Lambda is a new way to run event-driven applications as a service.  Often referred to as “serverless” computing.  AWS Lambda allows developers to think only about the code, and not have to worry about the layers below.

It’s all about the functions
Lambda is similar to how a platform as a service (PaaS) works.  In a platform as a service, you typically create an application and deploy it to a PaaS.  Once deployed, the PaaS manages the operational aspects of the application, including scaling and high availability.  Notable PaaS products include Heroku, Cloud Foundry, AppEngine, and OpenShift.

Microservice architectures have been gaining popularity, where applications are broken into much smaller pieces (services) to enable better scalability, more agile development, among other benefits. Lambda embraces this philosophy, and allows developers to deploy a single function at a time.  Once deployed, Lambda will manage the operational aspects of that function, from scaling to high


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Opera VPN launches for Android, adds network security check

Three months after unveiling Opera VPN for iOS, browser developer Opera Software has launched Opera VPN 1.0 for Android. The Android build offers the same functionality as the iOS version — secure VPN encryption to the web (with support for spoofing one of five countries), plus the blocking of both ads and tracking cookies. It also offers one extra feature not (yet) present in Open VPN for iOS: a tool for determining the security of the current network. Virtual Private Networks provide users with a secure network connection over any internet connection, including insecure networks such as public Wi-Fi hotspots.… [Continue Reading]


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MIT’s programmable routers let old network hardware learn new traffic tricks

 Researchers at MIT’s CSAIL research lab might help future network hardware better keep pace with ever-increasing network data demands. Where typical network router hardware directing traffic in larger server farms prioritize speed, they often feature hardwired algorithms, but the new CSAIL design are making programmable routers that don’t sacrifice speed, but can be updated if… Read More


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Hey Google, Want To Fix Android Updates? Hit OEMs Where It Hurts

Yesterday we talked about some of Nexus devices, including 2013’s Nexus 5 not receiving an update, because it has been more than two years since the launch of the phone. But as you may know, this commitment to keeping the devices up to date is even worse when you look at what other Android OEMs are doing. ArsTechnica’s Ron Amadeo has a solution: Google keeps missing the point when it comes to addressing Android’s update situation. It keeps coming up with strategies to make updating “easier” for OEMs, but I don’t think the problem is “ease of updating” — it’s creating any incentive for OEMs to update at all. Google seems to think that its partners will update phones because it’s The Right Thing To Do by their customers and that handing out gold stars will send them scrambling to produce updates for their devices. I don’t think that’s ever


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Pinterest acquires Instapaper, which will live on as a separate app

 Pinterest said today that it would be acquiring the team behind Instapaper, which will continue operating as a separate app. The Instapaper team will both work on the core Pinterest experience and updating Instapaper. Pinterest’s logic here is that one of the company’s core tenets is bookmarking — much like Instapaper’s primary goal with its app. The company has been on… Read More


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Instapaper is joining Pinterest

Today, we’re excited to announce that Instapaper is joining Pinterest. In the three years since betaworks acquired Instapaper from Marco Arment, we’ve completely rewritten our backend, overhauled our mobile and web clients, improved parsing and search, and introduced tons of great features like highlights, text-to-speech, and speed reading to the product.All of these features and developments revolved around the core mission of Instapaper, which is allowing our users to discover, save, and experience interesting web content. In that respect, there is a lot of overlap between Pinterest and Instapaper. Joining Pinterest provides us with the additional resources and experience necessary to achieve that shared mission on a much larger scale.Instapaper provides a compelling source for news-based content, and we’re excited to take those learnings to Pinterest’s discovery products. We’ll also be experimenting with using our parsing technology for certain Rich Pin types.For you, the Instapaper end user and customer, nothing


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