i want to know little about its history. i want to know how much old is daniweb? who is the owner of daniweb?

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Running Windows 7 and IE8. I've been trying to view my browsing history, but every time I click on History, it will only give me a list of my local searches (documents, saved files, etc.). It won't show me a list of internet sites I've visited. I've checked all my settings, and they're correct. When I click on the Favorites tab, there is no History tab within it. I have to right click on the arrow in the upper left-hand corner to find a History tab. But it still won't show me previously visited internet sites. What can I do …

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Hi, is there any API for historical dates on web that returns data in xml or json format. For example, I need to get importants events in history on todays day and show that events in my app. Is there any good place to do it? And if you know for some other useful API, you can also write it. Thanks in advance

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Hi, Recently, I have found some websites in my history which I never visited, might this caused by a kind of virus, actually the sites are so embarrassing and bad. No one used my computer. the websites are: bearwww.com & silverdaddies.com I think, and there were around twinty pages visited in the history at certined times. could this be a virus or my network was hacked by some body, I use Avast anti virus and do not but a firewall. please tell me if this could happen without visiting such these bad websites. Hint : the fisrt website ( bearwww.com) …

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I'm all of ready to answer any of them.

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When using Remote assistance in windows 7 it shows a list(albeit a small one) of past addresses(ip or computername) that you have logged into. Problem is it is numeric/alphabetic order. Is there a registry setting I can change so it will show me this History in chronological order? TIA.

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Hello all! I am using a little piece of code in a report I'm generating (LogiXML). It is a "back" button that takes the user back to the previous page.. It does not however, use any form of a history, back, location javascript code. It just uses a plain old link directly to the page prior. I am rather partial to the history.back statement though because it always seemed much faster. (Possibly the page already being loaded in the cache, I'm not sure.) I'd like to make though, that the history.back() command will always take me to the page it …

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Of course this is a hypothetical scenario. Let’s suppose that you can’t choose last three or four decades, and that you can’t choose to be a historical (real or imaginary) figure so when in history would you choose to live, where and why?

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Hey guys, Im currently doing another small project where i have to create a web broswer. Ive got everything completed except one function that im quite confused. I have a listbox that stores a history of the websites that have been visited. I was wondering how i would, If the website was visited more than once, store these websites in a listbox for the "popular websites"? Hope that makes sense Thanks

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good evening everyone, uhmm can someone here please help me how to get the internet history of a browser(gchrome, ffox, ie) using java.... thank you! ;)

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Hello fellow coders! I run the Vintage Computer Festival East, which is an annual convention to celebrate computer history of the 1940s-1980s. This year's event is VCF East 8.0, May 5-6, 2012, in Wall, New Jersey. Our keynote speaker for the first day (May 5 at noon) is Dr. Thomas Kurtz, the (co-)inventor of original BASIC at Dartmouth in the 1960s. There will be several other speakers, along with a hands-on exhibit hall and several hands-on workshops, a book sale, consignment, tours of our computer museum, and more. The event benefits the non-profit InfoAge Science Center and the sponsoring user …

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A nice short interview/article [URL="http://www.wired.com/thisdayintech/2010/10/1014cplusplus-released"]here[/URL]

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I keep on seeing Oracle as I delve into the world of IT. And apparently, by the looks, they no own Sun MicroSystems - IS that correct/true. So what do they do, there history, everything please. Thankyou very much fro your help.

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I will admit that I didn't stumble upon Steven Levy's classic tale of how the IT west was won, for want of a better phrase, until 1993 when it was republished some 10 years after the original book but with the addition of a handful of new pages to celebrate it's anniversary and note the changes the industry had seen. Fast forward to the present, and to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the book (which was actually first published in 1984, go figure) we have another new edition. Well, I say new addition but it's more the 10th anniversary edition …

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I found one interesting site while I was fooling around ... I mean Googling around: [url]http://python-history.blogspot.com/[/url] Maybe you would like to check it out. One of the guys blogging is quite famous in these circles: Guido van Rossum.

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News Story Beavering away

Now, how many of you looked at the headline on this piece and thought anything, shall we say, biological? Yes, I know you are now, because I've suggested it - but just before you got through that sentence, did anyone think I meant anything other than 'working hard'? Of course you didn't, assuming you're familiar with the phrase (I'm not massively well-travelled, and if it's British only then fair enough). But suppose I say 'Beaver' - then 'Canada' in the same sentence. You're now thinking of the little dam-building animals, not unnaturally. I'd suggested a double meaning in the first …

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I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately; Google, Yahoo (theoretically) and Bing using our “Web History” in the innocent effort to continue providing us searchers the highest quality caliber organic results. Well, that’s a bunch of bullshit and I’ll tell you why. It’s not about any concern for my well-being or enhancing my Internet searching pleasure folks, it’s about the advertising dollars (and no one can really blame them for that I suppose). It’s really just another way to globally distort that once useful hyperlink for the sake of feeding the huge masses of shear greed; regardless of any …

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Bletchley Park, the top secret code breaking hub that played a pivotal role in the outcome of World War Two, has finally been awarded development funding of some £460,500 ($735,500) from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The money will literally save the place the saved the lives of countless people by shortening World War two by at least two years. With the money, the Bletchley Park Trust will be able to start plans for transforming [URL="http://www.bletchleypark.org.uk"]Bletchley Park[/URL] itself into a world class heritage and educational centre. The Trust now has a further two years in which to finalise the plans before …

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There are not too many times when one gets to connect the former Hollywood action hero and current Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, with the shrine to geekdom that is the UK Museum of Computing. So when one comes up you really do have to grab it and run. The connection being a famous Schwarzenegger quote. No, not "Gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman" or even "It's simple, if it jiggles, it's fat." I was thinking more of that classic Terminator line "I'll be back." It was a little under a year ago …

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There is a really very interesting article in the online edition of Vanity Fair called '[URL="http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2008/07/internet200807?printable=true&currentPage=all"]How the Web Was Won[/URL]' and subtitled 'An Oral History of the Internet' which recounts through the comments of those involved the first fifty years of Internet history. Sure, you are probably thinking that the Internet is nowhere near celebrating the half century, but the article hinges around it being that long since the US established the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) which would go on to develop the ARPANET which, in turn, kick-started the Internet. Anyway, the point here is that the feature itself …

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Rather aptly located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the [URL="http://www.computerhistory.org"]Computer History Museum[/URL] will open its doors to the Charles Babbage Difference Engine Number 2 on May 10th. One of only two such working devices in existence, the first being housed within the Science Museum in London, the Babbage Engine holds a priveleged position as being the first truly automatic computing engine design in the world. [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Babbage"]Babbage (1791-1871)[/URL] himself failed to build a complete working model of his design, through a lack of money and the sheer scope of the project, hardly surprising when we are talking about Victorian times …

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The End.