20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web

Check out this new book from the Google Chrome Team...they point out the following:
Life as citizens of the web can be liberating and empowering, but also deserves some self-education. Just as we’d want to know various basic facts as citizens of our physical neighborhoods -- water safety, key services, local businesses -- it’s increasingly important to understand a similar set of information about our online lives. That’s the spirit in which we wrote this guide.
Can't disagree with "self-education," a principle as old as humanity. Of course, I'm also thinking of Abe Lincoln reading his law books on his own. Does the web bring us this freedom in a completely new and powerful (video, etc.) way? "You betcha!"


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