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On its August issue, Wired Magazine made a sensational statement –” The web is dead“.
“Over the past few years, one of the most important shifts in the digital world has been the move from the wide-open Web to semiclosed platforms that use the Internet for transport but not the browser for display. It’s driven primarily by the rise of the iPhone model of mobile computing, and it’s a world Google can’t crawl, one where HTML doesn’t rule.”
This month, Technology Review, a monthly magazine published by MIT, came with its cover story – “the web is reborn“. It gave a brief introduction to the development of Hyper Text Markup Language (html) ; it’s challenge in the past 10 years; and how the new version (html 5) will give the web a new life. Read the cover story from Technology Review magazine
“HTML5 provides good reason to believe that the Web will remain the main platform for new services, while apps remain secondary. And this matters because the health of the Web is vital for creativity and entrepreneurialism.”
Google has the functionality of a really complicated Swiss Army knife, but the home page is our way of approaching it closed. It’s simple, it’s elegant, you can slip it in your pocket, but it’s got the great doodad when you need it. A lot of our competitors are like a Swiss Army knife open – and that can be intimidating and occasionally harmful. — Marissa Mayer
Today is an important date for the people who love peace. 65 years ago, on August 14, 1945, at 4 p.m. Pacific Time, President Harry Truman (1884-1972) on national radio states, “I have received this afternoon a message from the Japanese government … of … the unconditional surrender of Japan.” Immediately the people of the states of USA begin to celebrate.
In New York, Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt shoot his famous New York Times Square kiss. The image captures this epic moment in our history and become an iconic photo marking the end of the World War II after being published in Life magazine.
“Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That’s it. No big deal. Just three stories…”
Stories about design, love and death from Steve Jobs