Slashdot posted part three of the their history today. I missed part 2, so here is the link to both. History of Slashdot.org Part 2 History of Slashdot.org Part 3
Appleinsider is my go to source for Mac news. What I really like about their articles are the in depth, historical explanations of Mac’s new OS features. Some places just tell you what’s new, but appleinsider gives you the background and history of what led to this change or feature. It’s really pretty nifty. Here [...]
The Center for History and New Media has been profoundly solemn the past week. Our founder and director, Roy Rosenzweig, passed away last week. More about Roy can be read at his memorial site: thanksroy.org.
50 years ago Sputnik was launched, and ever since children all over the world have dreamed of becoming an astronaut. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/science/july-dec07/sputnik_10-03.html
Something I’ve wondered, and even dreamed of doing, has just been done. Slashdot is ten years old this year, and one of the creators has written a short history, part 1, of the creation. http://meta.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=07/10/02/1553218&from=rss