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In an attempt to teach the average person about the fundamentals of browsers and the web, Google has released an interactive online book that explains concepts like, TCP/IP, HTML, browser extensions and malware. The short book, 20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web, is a step-by-step explanation of the web and how it works. It was created by the Google Chrome team using HTML5, but it also features a lot of clever illustrations by award-winning German illustrator and children’s author Christoph Niemann.
The next Lady Gaga could be a Japanese holographic singing idol
Hatsune is a product of Japan’s popular Vocaloid software scene in which fans can create their own songs for fictional characters to sing. The twist here is that Crypton took things to the next level by making the character into a hologram and actually putting their avatar on tour, playing to huge enthusiastic audiences
I just love listening to this guy play on Lambton Quay in Wellington, New Zealand on my way to lunch. Problem is, he only plays for about 10 minutes and then disappears! If anyone knows him, please let him know his music’s great :)