Posts tagged "geek history"



What Is Your Favorite Games Console Of All Time? [We Ask You]

1 week ago

Old Computer Software People Still Use Today [We Ask You Results]

3rd September, 2014

What Is The Oldest Piece Of Computer Software You Still Use? [We Ask You]

28th August, 2014

11 Of The First Websites You Ever Encountered [We Ask You Results]

20th August, 2014
25 years of internet feat

25 Years Of Glorious Internet

14th August, 2014

What Is The First Website You Remember Viewing? [We Ask You]

14th August, 2014

The Evolution of Touchscreen Technology

31st July, 2014

5 Types Of Free Content Riches You Can Dig Up At The Internet Archive

16th July, 2014

4 Classic Operating Systems You Can Access In Your Browser

14th March, 2014

Relive The Long Lost Web Of The 90s With Net Cafe [Stuff to Watch]

11th March, 2014

Spying On Yahoo, Bitcoin Feds, Apple Admiration, Minecraft Movie [Tech News Digest]

28th February, 2014

The Insanely Great History of Apple

2nd February, 2014

Computerphile: Learn The History, Hacks & Tech Behind Everyday Computing [Stuff to Watch]

15th January, 2014

The Most Important Developments In Human History

9th January, 2014

So You Want To Start A Blog?

8th January, 2014

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10 Amazing Facts About Google You Probably Didn’t Know

December 30, 2013

Fact #1: Believe it or not, the Google homepage is so bare mainly because Sergey Brin and Larry Page didn’t know HTML and just wanted a quick interface.


4 Classic Operating Systems You Can Access In Your Browser

March 14, 2014

Ever wonder what the operating systems of the past were like? Find out now, online, without the need to install anything. You can try Windows 1.0, Mac System 7, Amiga OS, and DOS – along with a few games – without leaving your browser.


15 Things The Internet and Technology Killed Off

October 10, 2013

Here’s a list of 15 things and practises that no longer exist, or could be on the brink of extinction, thanks to the glory of the Internet.


A Visual History of Computers

December 5, 2013

Let’s briefly take a look at the last 60 years of computing advancements, and appreciate the tools we have today that enhances our lives.

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