1. On Web's 25th birthday, a call for Net Bill of Rights

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    ... (VentureBeat) The World Wide Web is 25 years old today. It’s time, says its inventor, Sir Tim ... .” His memo to create the WWW was filed on this day in 1989. (You can extend your birthday

  2. World's 1st website restored

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    ... announcing that the source code for the World Wide Web would be available for everyone, turning "www" into a ubiquitous line for accessing the Internet.

  3. Internet 'backbone' gets upgrade

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    ... -Lee first typed 'www.' into a computer. Before Wednesday, we were running out of website addresses

  4. WND on top 34 of last 52 weeks

    ... Since WorldNetDaily first appeared on the Global100.com website exactly one year ago, it has ... either the number two, three or four spot on the chart's popularity scale. Global 100.com is the new ... name, now under European ownership, for what was WorldCharts.com. While Global100.com rates

  5. 42 weeks as most popular site

    ... Since it was first voted as the world's most popular website one year ago on Global100.com ... , WorldNetDaily.com has topped Global 100's charts for a total of 42 weeks. The Global 100 ... a few seconds short of 50 minutes. In contrast, readers visited CNN.com for an average of about 19

  6. Defining the left-right spectrum

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  7. WND number one for 40 weeks

    ... , according to Global100.com, which compiles votes submitted by visitors rating products and web ... services of all kinds. Global 100.com is the new name, now under European ownership, for what ... was WorldCharts.com. In addition to Global100's rankings, which represent a strong measure of reader

  8. What's in a name.com ?

    ... Well, as we all know, dot com names are limited editions. A tremendous amount of marketing ... hype went into the dot com naming convention. Today, it's difficult to register a dot com domain ... the U.S. government played such a key role in helping dot com naming step into the grave

  9. Bill Clinton's economic mythology

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    ... after Clinton was elected (in the midst of the S&L crisis), he reworked the tax code, rolling back ... the Reagan tax cuts and increasing the top rate for joint filers to over 50 percent of income when ... ). Unemployment under Reagan fell from over 10 percent when he took office to approximately 5 percent

  10. Are you audit bait?

    ... how to avoid an audit. It's 10 a.m. Where Am I Supposed to Be? Keeping your calendar and to-do ... Was Only Going ... If your friends call you Leadfoot, you need to head to The WWW Speedtrap Registry