“The Internet Archive has moved aggressively in making a whole range of older software run in the browser over the past decade. We’ve done this project, The Emularity, because one of our fundamental tenets is Access Drives Preservation; being able to immediately experience a version of the software in your browser, while not perfect or universal, makes it many times more likely that support will arrive to preserve these items.” … [Read more...] about The Internet Archive will stop all your favorite Flash games and animations vanishing into the ether
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First, for now, if you get a beta invite, you're going to need a clear line of sight to 53 degrees latitude (north and south) where the satellites are currently clumped up. That's because "you should think about communication between the Starlink dish and the satellite in space as a 'skinny beam' between dishy and the satellite. So, as the satellite passes quickly overhead, if there is a branch or pole between the dish and satellite you'll usually lose connection." With that in mind, it's working on software features to improve this. And, of course, as the Starlink satellite constellation grows so too will be the space in which you'll find a working satellite. … [Read more...] about The ins and outs of Starlink: Internet from the sky
An estimated one-third of the world's population is online now, a proportion that is sure to grow. More users, more devices that connect to networks, and more data-heavy services to ride over the pipes are causing a “bandwidth explosion,” D’Ambrosia said. The data reviewed by his IEEE committees over the past few years indicates that bandwidth demand is growing faster than our capacity to deliver it. … [Read more...] about Bandwidth explosion: As Internet use soars, can bottlenecks be averted?
Pricing will be announced in June when the new speeds become available, he said. We asked Verizon if customers will have to pay extra to stay in the same tier they're already in, given that most tiers are getting a speed upgrade (as noted in the chart above). Verizon declined to answer that question, but did say users on existing plans will be able to continue at the same speed and price if they choose not to upgrade. … [Read more...] about Faster than your router? Verizon doubles FiOS speeds to 300Mbps
The first 200 lift zones have been selected and will include BUILD in Chicago, the Harvey Johnson Community Center at Union Baptist Church in Baltimore, the Olney Recreation Center in Philadelphia, the Catholic Youth Organization of Mercer County in Trenton, and the Sanneh Foundation Distance Learning Hub in St. Paul. Other community centers in Atlanta, Denver, Detroit, Miami, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, DC will also be included. … [Read more...] about Comcast to provide Wi-Fi to low-income students through local community centers