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101 QR Codes For Memorials
102 Find Prior Art Added to Google Patent Search
103 Website Designers Take Note - Users Love Simple and Familiar
104 JQuery Ever More Popular
105 Google Not Interested in Screwing Over Developers
106 Coming Soon - The Internet Association
107 Top World Wide Websites
108 GWT Swept Under Open Source
109 ACTA Decisively Rejected by European Parliament
110 iGoogle Going ... Gone
111 ACTA - Act Now
112 Google Announces Search MOCC
113 Mozilla Launches Thimble
114 IPv6 Day - The Internet Just Got Bigger
115 Bing Translator replaces Babel Fish
116 Google's Ongoing Campaign Against Scam Ads
117 Internet Defense League - Bat Signal for the Internet
118 Future of Gamification
119 Google Now Searches JavaScript
120 Google Data Center Security
121 Google Search Goes Semantic - The Knowledge Graph
122 I Programmer's Alexa Toolbar
123 Online Ad Spend
124 404, the story of a page not found
125 CISPA - Biggest Danger Since SOPA/ACTA
126 More Spring Cleaning from Google
127 Microsoft Plans to Charge For Bing Search API
128 Google Insists On Google Wallet
129 Code of Conduct for Mobile Apps
130 Google Body Revitalized as Zygote Body
131 Social Game Players Sue Google
132 ACTA Activists Organize Street Protests
133 ACTA Protest Mounts
134 Value of the Web - a Google Portal
135 SOPA and PIPA Shelved But Is ACTA Unstoppable?
136 More Casualties of Google's Clearout
137 How to Read Wikipedia Through the Blackout
138 Anti SOPA - How To Black Out
139 SOPA Shelved - But What About Protect IP
140 Web Blackout As SOPA Protest
141 Page Size Matters
142 Page Speed - for a Better Page Rank
143 Internet as Pastime
144 How Google Made Linking Irrelevant
145 Microsoft Tag adds QR and NCF
146 Focus on Google Search
147 Google's Clearout Sweeps Away Code Search
148 October's Joomla Magazine
149 QRPedia - simple but effective
150 Google Body lives on
151 Google wants to know what developers think of it
152 September's Joomla Community Magazine
153 Google Continues Mass Clearout
154 New metric gives fuller picture of internet access
155 How does Google search?
156 Google Translate revived - but as a paid-for API
157 Crowd-sourced science
158 QR codes gaining acceptance
159 Joomla Magazine looks forward to 2.5
160 CV Dazzle - how to hide from face recognition
161 Upgrade your browser - the more intelligent option
162 Winning spelling algorithm
163 Joomla! Magazine celebrates first year
164 Google bid what for Nortel patents!
165 Office 365 - but nothing for the developer
166 Google retires PowerMeter and Health
167 Twitter as realtime sports reporter
168 SkyDrive drops Silverlight
169 Sync your mobile by taking a photo!
170 Fitbot lets you try clothes before you buy!
171 Happy IPv6 - too little and so what!
172 Google Translate API rescued - but at a price!
173 Google Wallet - developer unfriendly
174 Control a human for a virtual tour
175 Google's Puzzle-a-Day
176 Google Translate API to close
177 Can my browser speak to your browser?
178 Google Analytics measures load speed
179 Google Translate adds voice input
180 Google Earth to include Google Deep Sea
181 Accurate geolocation using IP address
182 Guardian moves on from Java and Oracle
183 QR codes dead?
184 Google Talk Guru
185 Page Speed for Chrome
186 Twitter - 5 years old and looking to the future
187 Citation map shows top science cities
188 Google makes web pages faster with a simple tweak
189 Google's post-earthquake mapping and imagery
190 Twitter tells developers: stop building apps!
191 Mozilla Web Apps - take the web page out of the app
192 Trends in Social Media Marketing
193 W3C says HTML5 finished in 2014!
194 Bing more accurate than Google
195 Julia meets HTML5
196 Google APIs as the periodic table
197 Add an expiry date to web images
198 No more version numbers for HTML
199 W3C HTML5 logo
200 Two-thirds of Internet users have paid for content
 
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