Wednesday marked the unofficial birthday of the World Wide Web. Towards the end of the 80s, British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee proposed the idea of creating a digital network that would help scientists communicate more efficiently. 25 years on and the world has been changed forever. A letter in the post is long forgotten
When George Orwell’s book “1984” was released, the concept of being watched continuously by the “Big Brother” entity was a new and frightening concept. Many people were anxious about a nuclear war at the time, and feared becoming just another cog in the society wheel. Being monitored in their every move without the freedom to
This week former GQ editor, Lauren Bans, revealed herself as media house Condé Nast’s mystery elevator tweeter. Lauren Bans posted the tweet above in a response to the New York Times story in which the author of a Goldman Sachs elevator’s anonymous Twitter account (@GSElevator), John Lefevre, also revealed himself. Ms Bans left GQ only a month
Biz Stone, the co-founder of Twitter, launched his new Q&A app Jelly this January. There were haters but it’s hard to deny its potential. It seemed to be a refreshing and interesting take to something we had seen tried before, e.g. Aardvark. Some peg it as the lovechild of Quora and Instagram. Jelly looked like
Cupid’s busiest day has arrived! Love it or hate it – Valentine’s Day and all its goofiness is unavoidable. YouTube has you covered when it comes to entertainment on the day of ‘luuurv’… We’ve picked five of our favourite Valentine clips to get you smiling: 1.For the Ladies YouTube funny girl, LaToya Forever tells us
Since Vine’s initial release on 24 January 2013, enjoying the Grammys has just gotten better. Once you sift through the mounds of #smackcam, #twerking, and #grindonme vines, there are interesting gems to find. Brands such as Pepsi, Columbia Records, and Sony Music Canada took full advantage of 6 seconds of video as they built up
As we gathered to watch the rich and the famous receive their awards at the 2014 Golden Globes, some moments stood out above the rest. Here’s a round-up of which of them got internet talking this week. Men are doing it, women are doing it, even our furry friends are doing it. Hollywood’s darling Jennifer
1. They pay great attention to detail 2. They’re know-it-alls 3. They know how to celebrate the perfect client pitch 4. They are good with numbers… 5. Sometimes there’s tough decision making… 6. …and a lot of stress! 7. But they always get what they want in the end.