Stall on net neutrality vote
The Sentate delays its vote on the telecom bill affecting net neutrality, until at least Tuesday.
Tim “inventor of the internet” Berners-Lee posted a video on his blog saying, “When I invented the Web, I didn’t have to ask anyone’s permission… Freedom of connection, with any application, to any party, is the fundamental social basis of the Internet, and, now, the society based on it.”
Yahoo launches mobile web access to mail, IM, and contacts.
French satellite maps
The French government unveils Geoportail.fr, a site with detailed satellite imagery of the country that it says has better resolution than Google Maps. (via Reuters) Same as Resource Shelf’s complaint however, the page didn’t load on my try.
Internet Archive, Alexandria v.2
CNet takes a close-up look at Brewster Kahle and the ambitious work at the Internet Archive “to build, make freely accessible and preserve what he calls–in reference to the legendary lost library of the ancient world–the “Library of Alexandria, v.2.”
Resource Shelf expands on the article, noting the only thing missing is a mention of the Archive-It program, which allows institutions to create their own web archives.
A long talk with Snap
Search Engine Lowdown posts an in depth interview with Snap CEO, Tom McGovern and COO, Fre Walti.