Posts

How the Internet Started, How It Works and How It Could End the World

The Internet has been the greatest and most useful invention of mankind (so far besides jetpack), with millions of users worldwide, as it has made so many things in life easier and more accessible, may it be through human interaction, entertainment, information, banking, shopping, amplifying offline businesses as well as making thousands of people earn real money online – I personally do business over the web, and it has majorly impacted the better half of my life.

I wouldn’t wonder if this product of our time becomes one of the catalysts of quantum teleportation or time traveling (perhaps in the distant future), but sadly, this topic wouldn’t go as far as that. I’ve been planning to create this post a few weeks back, another product of my demented mind I guess, when I had thought of “what if” the world ends and I was able to survive the rapture along with a few people that might not be knowledgeable of how to come up with this kind of technology.

How can I survive that aftermath, if the only source of my superhuman power is gone along with the world? Not unless you know how to create it, right? And that question led me to an odd side research, which ended up to this short post with three infographs that I’ve found worth sharing.

History of the Internet

History of InternetInfographic by OnlineSchools.org

How the Internet Works


Online Schools
Infographic by OnlineSchools.org

Few corrections on the Infograph above:

  • NAP is “Network Access Point”.
  • IP addresses are representations of 4 bytes (separated by dots) that can only store values from 0 – 255 (for IPv4).

The Internet is Killing the Planet

Internet could end the worldInfographic by Wordstream

So in case the world ends without you, you might want to reinvent the Internet first.

If you liked this post, you can subscribe to my RSS feed and follow me on Twitter: @jasonacidre

Empowering Search Vol. 2

Welcome to the second edition of my curated/round up post series, where I feature and share the search mind-blowing articles I’ve personally read this past few weeks/this month.

To start off, I first want to thank Goran of Black Hat Source for interviewing me, which you can all read here – Interview with Jason Acidre. Next, uhm, there’s no other news actually, I was just busy recently in working (testing the new version of Traffic Travis that you should definitely check out this coming May), more work, conceptualizing future posts and writing good content.

Speaking of writing good content, I’ve published 2 blog entries these past two weeks that were well appreciated by other bloggers and online marketers and have received a lot of positive response – getting editorial links and buying links ethically – and I’m glad that both of them (and 1 older post) made it to Ontolo’s Citation Labs – Link Building Resources.

Garrett French – One of the Elite Link Building Experts that I look up to just boosted my morale

So I guess what’s next is to take this opportunity to thank all those who have linked to it and have shared it to their followers. Let’s get down to the list:

Guest Posts:

Search:

Conversion Rate Optimization:

Social Marketing:

Infographics:

Offbeat:

What to expect next: I’m currently preparing 2 big post and I hope I can publish both by next week. If you have enjoyed my recent posts and these links, you might want to subscribe to my feed and follow me on my new twitter account @jasonacidre or Facebook Page.

Image Credit: Limnides

,

Empowering Search Vol. 1

Welcome to my first ever curated/round up post. Basically, these are the stuffs I’ve personally read, watched and listened to this week.

Also, I just found out that one of my posts – 21 advanced link building strategies – were featured as a top link building article on Linkbuildingwiki.com, it’s an excellent resource for link building and you should check it out (I bet that you’ll be bookmarking it).

Search:

Marketing:

Offbeat:Jedi Search

Watched Movies:

Last Song Syndrome:

Image Credit: Spysheep