Netscape 1995: A Communication Revolution

Netscape logo 2005–2007, still used in some po...

Netscape logo 2005–2007, still used in some portals (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The second most important communication revolution in history [Video]1995 was the year Netscape went public and allowed people easy Internet connections and Web browsing


The New Wave of Message Boards

Maybe Google+ Communities triggered this new wave instead of scaring competitors. I have written about Quora — now here are other 2 new ones:


A subject-based social network that connects you to the top social sources on subjects you care about.

We all have interests that we’re extremely passionate about. Whether it’s our family, a sports team, breaking news, Hollywood gossip, a hobby, a career or a political issue, we obsess over our interests everyday.

However, with an endless number of sources talking about an endless number of topics, it’s nearly impossible to find the best sources to follow across your interests. And, even if you were able to identify the top sources, sifting through all of their content is maddeningly time consuming.

You might not be into online marketing now but you can never tell if you will ever need a great marketing forum in the future. Even freelance writers need one

The goal of is to enable great content from the world of inbound marketing to get noticed. There’s an amazing community of bloggers, marketers and enthusiasts passionate about non-paid channels like SEO, social media, content marketing, conversion rate optimization, etc. and we believe they deserve a site where sharing great content is controlled by them.

The Hypocrisies of Copyright Law

‘Copyright law is very tricky, and often misunderstood. What distinguishes “fair use” from theft? It seems that no matter how many times the laws are rewritten for clarification, another case always comes along that blurs the line in ways the law wasn’t prepared for.

‘Sadly, there are those who think they can have it both ways. People who call it fair use when they’re the ones doing the taking, and cry foul when someone does the same to them. Here are 10 examples of the hypocritical abuse of copyright law…’



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