Internet News: Page 2

Web Humor: Baby's First Internet (August 5, 2008): Baby's First Internet by Kevin Fanning and Kean Soo provides a hilarious look at some of the trends, habits and absurdities of today's online culture.

Poll Finds People Will Spend More Time Online If Writers Strike Continues (November 15, 2007): A new poll from Pepperdine University has found that the vast majority of Americans support the writers in the WGA vs. Could Fetch $300 to $400 Million (June 23, 2007): The Wall Street Journal reports that Jake Winebaum and Sky Dayton who bought business.

Adobe Planning Hosted Online Version of Photoshop (April 9, 2007): Adobe is going to take Photoshop online according to a CNET news story.

Silver Haired Surfers (February 22, 2007): Telegraph.

The Next Big Thing: Virtual World Browser? (October 25, 2006): An interesting article in TCS Daily says the next big thing may actually be the old idea of a virtual world.

Study Finds Microsoft is Leading Internet Company Worldwide (May 18, 2006): If you had to name the dominate Internet leader you would think Google right? A new study from ComScore says Microsoft not Google is the top worldwide media company.

Nearly 700 Million Internet Users Worldwide (May 8, 2006): comScore has announced the launch of the World Metrix, which provides an estimate of the world's Internet users.

Online For No Reason At All (March 7, 2006): A recent Pew study found that one big reason people are online is just for fun or for no reason at all.

Machine to Overtake Humans on the Internet (November 18, 2005): Humans are quickly being overtaken by bots online and the number of machines using the Internet will eventually overtake human users according to a new UN report called the Internet of Things.

U.S. Broadband Expensive and Slow (November 9, 2005): U.

55% of U.S. Households Have Web Access (November 6, 2005): ClickZ reports that new U.

More Americans Seek Political Information Online (March 7, 2005): The Pew Internet & American Life Project reports that in 2004, 75 million Americans - 37% of the adult population and 61% of online Americans - used the internet to get political news and information, discuss candidates and debate issues in emails, or participate directly in the political process by volunteering or giving contributions to candidates.

Yahoo is Ten Years Old (March 3, 2005): It seems hard to believe but Yahoo is now 10 years old.

Millions of People Logging On to Find God (June 25, 2004): As Insight Magazine reports, millions of people are logging on to find God.