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Shiho Fukada’s three-part documentary is based on his portrait series, Japan’s Disposable Workers. This video looks at workers known as Net Cafe Refugees.
Join design engineer Tatiana Mac on a journey into the world of accessibility and how to use it in your next digital project.
The likes of Google, Mailchimp, and Stack Overflow have generated reports about the state of the Web in 2020.
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1.44MiB isn’t a lot in an era of gigabytes and terabytes but that’s the size of a standard floppy disk. But can you fit your favourite website onto one?
Bask in the glory days of the World Wide Web with “Web Design: The Evolution of the Digital World 1990 – Today” by Rob Ford.
Relive the days of System 7, Photoshop 1.0, and Windows 95 with the Version Museum.
Computer scientist and physicist Stephanie Wehner wants to create a new quantum internet, swapping bits for the qubits.
Mozilla Firefox is struggling against bigger and better browsers right now, even with a cash injection from its market competitor, Google.
A bastion of late 90s/early 00s web searches, Lycos should have died. But it’s still around somehow.
The sickeningly entertaining coding drag queen uses copy and paste to create a website in HTML, CSS, and JS.