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Date / TimeStory
Tuesday February 10, 2015 @02:06AM Google Chrome Will Adopt HTTP/2 In the Coming Weeks, Drop SPDY Support
Friday February 06, 2015 @06:34PM Firefox Succeeded In Its Goal -- But What's Next?
Tuesday January 27, 2015 @01:34PM Opera Founder Is Back, WIth a Feature-Heavy, Chromium-Based Browser
Saturday January 24, 2015 @08:21PM In Addition To Project Spartan, Windows 10 Will Include Internet Explorer
Friday January 16, 2015 @03:21PM Who's Responsible When Your Semi-Autonomous Shopping Bot Purchases Drugs Online?
Tuesday September 30, 2014 @12:56PM Web Magna Carta: WWW Inventor Calls For 'Online Bill of Rights'
Sunday November 03, 2013 @12:50PM Shutdown Illustrates How Fast US Gov't Can Update Its Websites
Friday November 01, 2013 @07:29PM A MathML Progress Report: More Light Than Shadow
Sunday October 20, 2013 @11:44PM IE 11 Breaks Rendering For Google Products, and Outlook Too
Saturday October 05, 2013 @09:47AM China's Web Surveillance System Employs More Than 2 Million
Thursday October 03, 2013 @11:09AM Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Approve Work On DRM For HTML 5.1
Friday September 20, 2013 @07:14PM Google May Replace Cookies With Unique AdIDs
Sunday August 25, 2013 @11:21AM Cookieless Web Tracking Using HTTP's ETag
Thursday August 15, 2013 @03:33PM "451" Error Will Tell Users When Governments Are Blocking Websites
Tuesday August 13, 2013 @01:07PM IAB Urges People To Stop "Mozilla From Hijacking the Internet"
Tuesday July 30, 2013 @12:14PM Ask Slashdot: Tags and Tagging, What Is the Best Way Forward?
Thursday July 18, 2013 @11:36AM ICANN Approves First Set of New gTLDs
Tuesday July 09, 2013 @10:55AM HTTP 2.0 Will Be a Binary Protocol
Tuesday July 02, 2013 @10:06AM Firefox Takes the Performance Crown From Chrome
Thursday June 27, 2013 @02:39PM Reject DRM and You Risk Walling Off Parts of the Web, Says W3C Chief
Thursday June 27, 2013 @01:33PM Node.js and MongoDB Turning JavaScript Into a Full-Stack Language
Thursday May 02, 2013 @01:11PM RMS Urges W3C To Reject On Principle DRM In HTML5
Thursday May 02, 2013 @11:21AM Even the Ad Industry Doesn't Know Who's Tracking You
Tuesday April 30, 2013 @09:41AM CERN Celebrates 20 Years of an Open Web (and Rebuilds 1st Web Page)
Monday March 11, 2013 @12:23AM Drupal's Creator Aims For World Domination
Friday December 21, 2012 @09:00AM UK Cookie Consent Banners Draw Complaints
Sunday November 18, 2012 @04:04PM Microsoft Complains That WebKit Breaks Web Standards
Tuesday July 24, 2012 @01:19PM Ask Slashdot: What's Holding Up Single Sign-On?
Sunday June 17, 2012 @09:51AM SPDY Not As Speedy As Hyped?
Saturday April 07, 2012 @01:22PM Some Hotspot Operators Secretly Intercept, Insert Ads In Web Pages
Tuesday February 21, 2012 @12:32PM Apache 2.4 Takes Direct Aim At Nginx
Thursday February 02, 2012 @01:04PM Verisign Admits Company Was Hacked In 2010, Not Sure What Was Stolen
Monday January 30, 2012 @12:13AM Hijacked Web Traffic For Sale
Tuesday January 03, 2012 @10:08AM Ask Slashdot: Which Web Platform Would You Use?
Thursday December 22, 2011 @04:15PM Average Web Page Approaches 1MB
Friday December 02, 2011 @08:20PM Domain Theft-for-Ransom Hits css-tricks.com and Others
Thursday November 17, 2011 @08:51PM W3C Proposes Unified "Do Not Track" Privacy Standard
Wednesday November 09, 2011 @12:23PM ICANN Begins "Land Rush" For .XXX Web Domains
Sunday November 06, 2011 @02:26PM Mozilla Developers Testing Mobile OS
Thursday October 27, 2011 @09:09AM Opera's Haakon Wium Lie On CSS, Web Standards, and More
Thursday September 15, 2011 @11:21AM Ask Slashdot: Low-Cost Tools To Track Employees' Web Use?
Saturday August 27, 2011 @08:59AM Fix For Apache DoS Bug In the Pipes
Friday August 12, 2011 @06:35PM What If Tim Berners-Lee Had Patented the Web?
Saturday August 06, 2011 @02:44PM World Wide Web Turns 20 Today
Sunday December 26, 2010 @07:28PM A New Idea, For People Who Want To See More Banner Ads
Saturday December 18, 2010 @09:42AM Yahoo! Says Delicious To Get the Boot, Not the Axe
Saturday November 27, 2010 @11:38PM Who Will Win Control of the Web?
Saturday November 27, 2010 @08:16AM Google's New Meta-Tags For News Story Authors
Friday November 26, 2010 @02:01PM Google, Microsoft Cheat On Slow-Start — Should You?
Friday October 29, 2010 @10:00PM How Not To Design a Protocol
Saturday August 07, 2010 @07:53AM Cache On Delivery — Memcached Opens an Accidental Security Hole
Wednesday July 07, 2010 @08:15AM Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 Released
Tuesday July 06, 2010 @08:39AM Copyright As Weapon In US Senate Campaign
Sunday July 04, 2010 @03:36PM Opera 10.60 Released, With Faster JS, WebM Video Support
Wednesday June 30, 2010 @01:04PM Regular Domains Have More Malware Than Porn Sites
Monday June 28, 2010 @01:17PM Google Bringing HTML5 To Gmail
Sunday June 27, 2010 @09:13PM Security For Open Source Web Projects?
Friday June 25, 2010 @08:10PM UK Gov't To Review Hundreds of Websites, Axe Many of Them
Friday June 18, 2010 @06:19PM Australian Government May Shelve Internet Filter
Friday June 18, 2010 @12:10PM Firefox Extension HTTPS Everywhere Does What It Sounds Like
Wednesday June 16, 2010 @08:56PM Inside Australia's Data Retention Proposal
Friday June 11, 2010 @09:08AM Australian Gov't Seeks To Record Citizens' Web Histories
Thursday June 10, 2010 @04:28PM Google Introduces, Then Scraps, Bing-Style Background Images
Wednesday June 09, 2010 @08:13PM Timberwolf (a.k.a. Firefox) Alpha 1 For AmigaOS
Wednesday June 09, 2010 @01:08PM Anti-Speed Camera Activist Buys Police Department's Web Domain
Sunday June 06, 2010 @07:04PM Plotting a Coup In the Internet Age
Thursday June 03, 2010 @07:35PM Clashing Scores In the HTML5 Compatibility Test Wars
Wednesday June 02, 2010 @01:49PM HTML5 vs. Flash — the Case For Flash
Friday May 28, 2010 @06:52PM STIX Project Releases v1.0 of Its Scientific Fonts Set
Sunday April 25, 2010 @07:19AM Several Link-Spam Architectures Revealed
Saturday March 27, 2010 @11:57PM H.264 vs. Theora — Fightin' Words About Patentability
Wednesday November 15, 2006 @11:31PM How To Build a Web Spider On Linux
Tuesday November 14, 2006 @06:37AM The Web Is 16 Today

The perversity of nature is nowhere better demonstrated by the fact that, when exposed to the same atmosphere, bread becomes hard while crackers become soft.

 



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