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prostheticknowledge:

The Nexus Browser

Jim Boulton of Digital Archeology demonstrates the first web browser on the system it was developed on, the NeXT Cube:

Tim Berners-Lee made the first website, and the first web browser, on a NeXT Cube running the now obsolete NeXTSTEP Operating System. As a result, very few people have seen the first website in its true environment.

The first web browser, called WorldWideWeb and later renamed Nexus, was a browser-
editor. It could be used to create pages as well as browse them. Not only that, it allowed user-centric and document-centric browsing.
Usually technology dates very quickly but though twenty-five years old, the NeXT computer and its operating system have aged well. In fact, the GUI looks very similar to modern desktops. In particular, the dock on the right hand side looks very familiar and this is not a coincidence. When Steve Jobs left Apple and set-up NeXT, he took a few key employees with him, one of whom was Susan Kare, who designed the Apple Macintosh GUI. When Apple bought NeXT, one of the key assets they bought was the NeXTStep O/S, which formed the basis of Mac OS X.

You can find out more at Digital Archeology here

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firstsalt:

Gabe Ferreira – Mirror Mirror http://ift.tt/1eMOr9L

firstsalt:

Gabe Ferreira – Mirror Mirror http://ift.tt/1eMOr9L

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likeafieldmouse:

Francis Alys - Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing (1997)

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peterfromtexas:

 Costa Rica

peterfromtexas:

 Costa Rica

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Economic Network of Organized Crime Revealed | MIT Technology Review

supergraphic:

OS/2 Operating System, IBM. Paul Rand. 1987.

supergraphic:

OS/2 Operating System, IBM. Paul Rand. 1987.

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supersonicart:

Emily Burns Interview.

I did a short interview with painter Emily Burns in preparation for her brand new print, “Tactile Response,” (Second image above) for The People’s Printshop which will be released tomorrow: Friday, March 14th.  

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phasesphrasesphotos:

International Women’s Day
1968

phasesphrasesphotos:

International Women’s Day

1968

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Being juggling too many balls at the same time lately

Being juggling too many balls at the same time lately

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nevver:

Gentrification in progress

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mensweardog:

Top Dog

Every one seems to be doing military-inspired these days and we wanted to highlight a new brand that’s doing it right. Authentic Apparel Group just launched their line of premium army style clothing that’s officially licensed by the U.S. Army. They’ve taken classic pieces like the field jacket and the flight bomber, and are updating them to fit more modern cuts.

They have a great cause tied to their line as well. Every purchase of U.S. Army merchandise aids the Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Program, which benefits the lives of soldiers, retirees, and their families. Check them out and support our troops.

Flight Bomber Jacket: Authentic Apparel U.S. Army  |  Aviators: Ray Ban  |  Henley: Club Monaco

not shown:  Selvedge Officer Pant: Todd Snyder  |  Boots: Red Wing Beckman  |  Watch: Timex Oversize Camper 

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