The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed.
William Gibson, The Economist, 4 December 2003
In the last article I raised the apparent discrepancy between the number of web pages and the number of pages indexed by search engines. Those very simple statistics showed a discrepancy of 50%. In other words, the search engines only know about half the pages that are out on the web. Unfortunately, this inconsistency is hopelessly understated. And to know why, we need to look at the clear web, the deep web and the dark web.
A video review of some of the things that were changed, or even no longer exist because of the web.
How to communicate complex technical material to lay people.
Whilst Karenne and I were in London in July this year, I bought two Jawbone UP2 devices.
I have been living with an Apple Watch for the last 2 months, and I just do not understand what all the fuss is about.
This is the first post in a series about the home, networks and the wider internet.
This series will explain why I have decided on the design of our home network. It looks at some previous generations and why it had to change. There will be discussion about some of the technologies in use, and some how-to articles on key components.