If you’ve read my blog before, you’ve probably realised that New Rising Media looks very different…Read More
It’s the question we always ask ourselves, and one this blog’s sole purpose is to answer - what does the future look like? Well, Kaspersky has chosen to visualise our future with an interactive map called Earth 2050.Read More
So as you may have noticed, I haven’t been posting much from New Rising Media lately, and have linked you to a website called Neo-Entity. This site is the re-invention of us and our purpose that I’d love to talk to you about now, on the fourth Birthday of this brand.Read More
A website has been launched teasing NASA's "biggest discovery that will shake the Earth, it will never be the same again." Set for November 13th, but brought forward to October 6th due to a "change of plans", questions have been raised about its legitimacy.Read More
Two years have passed since we launched New Rising Media, and all of it has led to this. Welcome to the new website: clean, simple, responsive.Read More
Many things have changed since my last update way back in March last year, so I thought I would start this off with an apology.
The British Library plans to record every single British web page on the internet. Over 4.8 million websites will be committed to paper and ink in order to preserve the nation's "digital memory" for future historians.
A comprehensive analysis of underground trade website Silk Road has uncovered it is accounting for nearly $2 million worth of drug sales every month of operation. Nicknamed the 'anonymous marketplace', Silk Road is the place for suppliers of illegal drugs and other black-market goods. In operation largely under the radar of your average peruser of the Internet, its a digital black market common to all kinds of illegal trade.
From everyone's favourite gamer dating site (not entirely verifiable) Date A Gamer comes a new match-up website dedicated to just one thing: bringing together geek gamer boys and girls for, in their own words, a “quick shag”. Chivalry really might be dead...
Memes have become commonplace for the viral spread of messages; but there has always seemed to be a distinct gap between this form of communication and the 'upper echelon' of marketing, until now. Virgin Media have begun to use the famous 'Success Kid' meme in their promotional material, including their website and billboards all over UK.Read More
Relationship break-ups are never a nice thing. A list of duties following a split ranges from everything to closing down shared bank accounts to informing relatives, friends and other parties. But when it comes to disposing of unwanted gifts from past relationships, website NeverLikedItAnyway.com aims to make it as smooth as possible.
Continuing with the initiatives NASA has been making to generate an open plain of communication and discussion surrounding scientific research, they have announced code.NASA: a central portal to "continue, unify, and expand NASA’s open source activities."
After just turning Alpha, some of the features are not present yet; but as is there's still much to be done. You can access information and resources from other users looking to make it big via the NASA open source route.
The BBC News developers have created a fascinating blog about the new trend of responsive web design and furthermore, have leaked an external prototype of the BBC News site with the concept implemented.