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Peter Beens

Explore the Big Internet Museum: A trip back in time from the comfort of your browser -... - 0 views

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    If there's going to be a museum of the Internet, it may as well be online. The Big Internet Museum has launched with the aim of taking that mantle.
Peter McAsh

Map of the Internet - 1 views

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    Something to make you think!
Doug Peterson

Internet Explorer: Version 1-10, a dive through history - Neowin.net - 2 views

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    Internet Explorer is a browser that is nearly as old as the Internet and the browser is going to be moving on to its 10th iteration here in the near future. In this post, we take a look back at all of the versions of IE, and give a brief look at each version of the platform and what it brought to the table in terms of functionality and support.
Doug Peterson

Internet Observatory - 3 views

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    Internet Observatory is a free service that monitors global traffic 24 hours a day in several regions of the world. Unlike ipoque's Internet studies that have been a reliable source for Internet traffic statistics ever since they were first published in 2006, Internet Observatory is not jus a snapshot of Internet traffic patterns during a certain time period. It is traffic statistics in real-time. But see yourself.
Doug Peterson

Keylogger poses as Facebook and Microsoft, steals login credentials | The Barracuda Lab... - 0 views

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    Most computer users have a haunting fear that somehow malware will find a way to sneak onto their PCs  when they are not looking. The truth is that while this does sometimes happen, the most common types of malware rely on trickery to invade and infect your computer.
Doug Peterson

Microsoft creates mini internet to reliably test and improve Internet Explorer | Extrem... - 0 views

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    With the grandiose bluster that only an aging juggernaut can pull off, Microsoft has detailed the Internet Explorer Performance Lab and its extraordinary efforts to ensure that IE9 is competitive, and that IE10 is the fastest browser in the world. Here's a few bullet points to reel you in: 140 computers, 20,000 tests per day, over 850 metrics analyzed, and a granularity of just 100 nanoseconds.
Doug Peterson

Computer Viruses and the Internet « Welcome to a Bloggin' Education - 0 views

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    I have spent a lot of time throughout the years researching and collecting facts and stimulus materials on the topic of Computer Viruses. Recently when I was watching my regular TED talk on my phone I watched this talk by Mikko Hypponen. I found it fascinating for the way in which he not only explores and shows some of the history of viruses but also talks of the social and ethical implications of the contemporary viruses being releases. He explores the use of viruses from a cyber-crime and organised-crime perspective.
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