Surfing The World Wide Waves, a weekly article

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Surfing the World Wide Waves (WWW)

The World Wide Web is a large and impressive playground where I enjoy spending time. Various elements are interesting. This section started as part of the school newspaper whilst still at high school and was also on the newspaper's website which I was in charge of maintaining.

Previous articles

The importance of a good title

Increase your surfing speed

Hotmail using an e-mail client

Surfing The World Wide Waves, a weekly article, problems with e-mail security

Which E-mail Account Should I Take

Spam: Advertising Without Polluting

Geocities: A Web Portal

Dangers of Relying on one Website for all your Information

ICQ (I seek you)

Video Compression and the World Wide Web

Ancient Worlds, Ancient Worlds, an online community about Ancient civilizations

The Seti at Home project

1st page 2000

Computers playing with our emotions


The Flipside

External capture devices

The Eurodatagrid project

Telecom 2003

High speed data transfer

Telecom 2003 summary

Peer to peer mobile telephony

Nokia 7250i


EarthStation 5

Tim Berners Lee Knighted

Link Validator

Bittorrent technology


Yeti Sports

Rate me sites

Wave messaging

Dancing Badgers

Pacific Nainwak

Redbull Copilot website




Avid Free DV

Warzabidul and Version 4.0 de Kraland an interesting way to connect to the web

Rumantsch on the web

Taking video with mobile phones

Being a student in 2004

Make Love not spam

Skype - chatting to friends more cheaply

Orkut and internationalism

The future of television watching

Picasa 2 and Hello from Google

The Evolution of Online living

Mapping London

An RSS aggregated world

Project Gothenburg Proofreading


The Myspace documentary

Last updated 25/01/2005

Articles by Richard Azia unless otherwise indicated.