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1. tech | 30 Apr 2013
» The world's first web page will be dragged out of cyberspace and restored for today's Internet browsers as part of a project to celebrate 20 years of the Web, organisers said on Tuesday.
2. learning | 15 Dec 2011
» Police say people have nothing to worry about with its proposed procurement of a web censoring system since it won't be used inappropriately.
3. tech | 16 Jun 2013
» News of a massive surveillance effort led by the secretive US National Security Agency has sent Web users scrambling to find new ways to avoid tracking.
4. learning | 15 Jun 2011
From our global reporters
» John (Komsan) Jandamit, Bangkok Post’s web master has been on the job for 12 years, starting out as a trainee and gradually climbing his way up to the top. Jessy and Sam get the details.
5. news | 02 Jun 2013
» Kam Khan Cin travelled for four days from his remote mountaintop town to attend Myanmar's forum on web freedom as the country embraces its long-vilified netizens as part of sweeping reforms.
6. learning | 18 May 2012
» From marketing to web search, the internet is changing rapidly & it is important to know the latest changes.
7. tech | 31 May 2013
» Mobile is taking over, the web is becoming image-based and soon consumers will be sharing their physical activity data online the way they do their photos.
8. tech | 12 Jun 2013
» If you are looking for a source to make donations, www.taejai.com could be your answer. With this online fund-raising website, you can specify who you want to give to and can also track the progress of your charity of ch...
9. learning | 20 Oct 2011
About web technology
» Dictionaries, law, maps, traffic and now floods, all parts of an online knowledge empire created by two Thai computer programmers with web mashups.
10. learning | 23 Sep 2011
» Former prime minister Thaksin uses the web application Skype to chair a video meeting with Phue Thai ministers, leading to speculation that he, not his sister, is the real government leader.