NetworkWorld has a seventeen/17 slides/pages gallery (one/single ugly Deslided web page) showing "From Anonymous to Hackerazzi: The year in security mischief-making -- It wasn't a good security year from RSA (Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir, and Leonard Adleman) break-in to hacks on Sony, Google, and Facebook..."
Fail Blog shows a funny and gross screen shot/capture of an online conversation/discussion about "Crappy Films"
Vintage Computing and Gaming (VC&G) shares its top reasons on "You Know It's an Old Website If ..."
Google Maps Mania shares Historic Map Works that contain "... historic digital map database of North America and the world. Drawing on the largest physical collection of American property atlases of its type, it is our aim to be the single best online destination for map enthusiasts and researchers alike.
The digital rights management (DRM) graveyard: A brief history of digital rights management in music.Submitted by ant on Fri, 11/04/2011 - 10:30am. Art/Design | Audio | Development/Quality Assurance Testing | General Computing | Hacking/Modification/Cracking | Hardware | History | Internet/Network | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Personal | Politics/Laws/Rules | Reading Materials | Security/Privacy | Shopping | Sight Seeings | Software | Technology | Television (TV) Show/Movie
The Daily What Geeks share an amusing web site, with videos, titled "Bleeoo" -- "#RIPdialup Remember the glory of dialing up? Kids today won't know the shrill cry of a 9600 baud, or the magical 'doodleeedoo' of a 28.8 modem. Help preserve our digital history. Join us in recording your best impression of a 'modem handshake' sound."
VideoSift shares a 55 minutes and 58 seconds year old Vimeo video, with cussings and nudity (breasts/b00bs/tits), showing "Historian Jason Scott walks through the many-years story of software piracy and touches on the tired debates before going into a completely different direction -- the interesting, informative, hilarious and occasionally obscene world of inter-pirate-group battles.
Neatorama shares a two pages Ranker article, with embedded YouTube videos, showing "The Top Steve Jobs Keynote Moments -- Keynote speeches by Steve Jobs, the co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Apple, Incorporation/Inc., have become something of a cultural event. Especially as of August 24, 2011, when he resigned as CEO of Apple. So, relentlessly analyzed, interpreted, live-blogged and picked apart for details, these 'Steve-notes,' as they have come to be called, give insight not only into the new products and features Apple will be touting in the coming fiscal quarter, but Jobs' own outlook on gadgets and technology. With Jobs ongoing struggles with illness, his physical appearance and demeanor as well have become fodder for armchair pundits and tech obsessives.