Most Mondays are disgusting, and probably, so is your weekend web browsing history. Don’t say it isn’t. Let’s be fair now. If you were to look back at your life, wouldn’t you wish, you deleted the history before passing the computer to your friend?
By the way, clearing the browser history was quite a pain a decade or so back – especially with Internet Explorer 5. If you use the incognito/private mode found in most modern web browsers, rest assured the browser history will not be saved on your device.
The humorous images (jokes) on this page take a dig at why one should delete the web browser history.
Everyman’s last words – please get rid of my web browsing history.
For centuries, women have been embarrassing husbands by discovering their web browser history. This has been captured beautifully by an unknown artist on this oil on canvas.
What do you say when asked why the browser history is empty? You just stand there and give a sheepish smile!
The first talk you should have with your son is not about the birds and the bees but rather the web browsing history. Advice on getting rid of the files in the browser cache is an added bonus.
And this gets us to the point that kids of today won’t be able to “get away with it” so easily. Well, the smart kids know to use incognito/private mode.
You need to get rid of the web browser history not because it will be embarrassing. You need to do this out of politeness!
On a serious note, you may find the following useful:
The terms "hypertext", "hypermedia" and "virtuality" were coined by Ted Nelson in the 1960s. This was way before the invention of the World Wide Web by Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Nelson, one of the great futurists of the last century, had written about the idea of a global network of computers in his books. He called his network Xanadu. Incidentally, in the reference list of original proposal for the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee had put Ted Nelson's work at the top place. [more...]