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Yahoo! has stated that social-bookmarking service is not shutting down, but will be sold, according to TechCrunch.

20 Things I Learned about Browsers and the Web is a helpful primer designed to fill in our knowledge gaps about how the web works and how it is constructed.

If you use the Firefox web browser, make sure to install these must-have extensions that will change the way you use the web in class.

Back in 2003 and 2004, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer had between 91% and 96% of the browser market. This number has been shrinking slowly since 2004 when Mozilla’s Firefox was introduced. According to Wikipedia, as of February 2009, Internet Explorer had 67.5% of the market share and Firefox came in at number two with almost 22%. […]

At noon today, Microsoft released Internet Explorer 8, the latest version of their web browser. Microsoft touts it as faster, easier, safer, all that stuff. It’s also got nifty features like Compatibility View, which fixes the view of sites designed for ancient browsers. We’ll try to have a full review sometime in the future. Till […]

For every positive and supportive person out there on the internet, there are about 500 people being negative and acting like they’re super-cool know-it-alls. I mean, how was I supposed to know that it wasn’t cool anymore to use Netscape to surf the ‘net? Now I’m being told that no one says “surfing the ‘net” […]

I love Firefox. Not only has it proved more stable as a browser than IE (Internet Explorer), and has some great built-in features (like spell check), it has a bunch of great add-ons (or plug-ins, or extensions). Many can be found on the Mozilla site (publisher of Firefox). I’m going to focus today on the […]

I remember in 1996 when someone told me that I didn’t just have to use AOL’s web browser to surf “the ‘Net” (that’s what everyone called it back then). Apparently, you could also use Internet Explorer to check out web pages! Surely, such mind-exploding information probably gave me an instant nose bleed. Jump to early […]

The Internet can be an overwhelming place for children, and can prove especially frustrating for those with autism. But these children can benefit just as much, if not more, from educational computer games and activities, as long as these resources are presented with their special needs in mind. The ZAC (Zone for Autistic Children) browser […]