On November 12, 1990 Tim Berners-Leem with the help of informatics engineer Robert Cailliau, published a formal proposal to carry out a hypertextual project called “WorldWideWeb”.
Blekko is a new search engine that’s entering a market dominated by Google with the intention of creating a good reputation giving search tools more sophisticated but in some ways simpler to use.
12 years ago Google was born from an idea developed since 1996 by Sergey Brin and Lawrence (Larry) Page at Stanford University. It was the time of great development for the web with the birth of various search engines: in the results the ranking was generally given by counting how many times the words appeared in the pages but Brin and Page developed their search project using a mathematical algorythm that analyzed the relationship between the web pages creating the famous Google PageRank.
Yesterday Facebook suffered from its worst problem in its history and for some hours it was difficult if not impossible to use it because of errors such as “Service Unavailable – DNS failure”. For a part of its many millions users it was panic: someone couldn’t tell the world what they would eat for their next meal and maybe they suffered from indigestion because of the stress, someone couldn’t upload their pictures they had just shot and couldn’t sleep because of it.
SCO announced the decision to auction substantially all its assets related to UNIX, included some software products and the relavice services connected to UNIX System V.