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May 22, 2008  2:14 PM

What is the history of the ARPANET? A 1972 documentary tells the story of the birth of the Internet



Posted by: GuyPardon
academics, collaboration, communications, community, data, fundamentals, government, history, innovation, Internet, invention, learning, network, Networking, science, Technology

"The Heralds of Resource Shaping" on Google Video tells the story of the origins of the Internet. At thirty minutes, this documentary is a bit longer than the average online video (or attention span) but well worth the time...

May 21, 2008  9:16 AM

Video: TelePresence Tech demonstrates their 3D telepresence room



Posted by: GuyPardon
business, buzzword, collaboration, communications, cool, demonstration, innovation, Technology, tool, video, YouTube

A telepresence room is a conference space dedicated to high-end videoconferencing. In this video, telepresence provider TelePresence Tech demonstrates a new telepresence system that includes robust...


May 19, 2008  10:29 AM

What is the future of the Internet?



Posted by: GuyPardon
academics, Berkmanat10, blogging, books, collaboration, college, commentary, communications, community, conference, conversation, copyright, courses, data, education, election, event, forum, futurism, government, information, Internet, law, learning, Networking, Technology, Web 2.0, wiki

Do you think much about the future of the Internet? Last week, the academics and technologists...


May 6, 2008  8:38 AM

Video: CommuniGate’s Pronto! demo shows what a real-time communications dashboard can do



Posted by: GuyPardon
aggregator, applications, communications, demonstration, display, interface, messaging, multimedia, personalization, portal, productivity, software, tool, video, YouTube

This video, uploaded by CommuniGate, demonstrates Pronto!, their take on a unified communications dashboard. [kml_flashembed...


April 30, 2008  6:03 PM

May 1st is RSS Awareness Day. Have you checked your feeds today?



Posted by: GuyPardon
blog, blogging, communications, cool, creativity, demonstration, event, feeds, free, fundamentals, howto, Internet, learning, new media, podcasting, RSS, screencast, tool, tracking, video, Web 2.0, YouTube

Are you hip to Really Simple Syndication? If you're still behind on the adoption curve, May 1st is RSS Awareness Day. Daniel Socco of


April 15, 2008  9:53 AM

Video: Installing FiOS for the first time, amidst “awesomeness”



Posted by: GuyPardon
communications, downloads, Networking, reviews, service, Technology, video, YouTube

YouTuber Scaramouch had FiOS installed last October and videoblogged the process. [kml_flashembed movie="http://youtube.com/v/b3W-SOVeeTs" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] I have to admit, the speed test at the end makes me pretty darn jealous. To paraphrase Michael...


April 7, 2008  4:14 PM

Handy tool: online Binary to Text converter



Posted by: GuyPardon
communications, cool, data, free, fun, fundamentals, geek, humor, information, natural language, tool, useful, Web applications

There are certainly programmers, mathematicians and assorted savants out there who can write and translate directly to and from binary code. I am not one of...


March 26, 2008  10:46 AM

Video: Creating fake SSIDs with FakeAP



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, authentication, communications, downloads, free, humor, Networking, open source, software, tool, video, wireless, YouTube

In the video below, Tmuster demonstrates how to create thousands of false SSIDs by using


March 11, 2008  9:35 AM

Video: Ted Nelson, hypertext and the Web



Posted by: GuyPardon
business, code, collaboration, commentary, communications, conversation, cool, design, Development, forum, free, fundamentals, history, HTML, Internet, invention, learning, media, operating systems, programming, public domain, science, software development, Technology, tool, video, YouTube

In this Google TechTalk, Ted Nelson discusses implementing the original hypertext concept and how transclusion should be used now to fulfill its original...


March 10, 2008  9:13 AM

Video: FBI can listen even when a cellphone is turned off



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, Audio, communications, email, government, hacking, information, Mobile, politics, Security, Technology, tool, tracking, traffic, video, YouTube

Fox News aired a report in 2006 that described how the FBI can turn on the mic on a cellphone and eavesdrop -- even if the phone is turned off. [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/O61YfvPZGJs" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] Today's Word of the Day,


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