A plan to rescue the Web from the Internet
Just recently became part of the #indieweb and I’m really impressed what somebody with web dev experience can achieve in a couple of weeks. Of course, making this accessible for the broader public will be another sort of challenge. I’m willing to help.
in the face of an environmental cataclysm, oil and gas moguls will not accept even a tiny reduction in their revenues
Thought provoking article on #gamification by Vincent Gabrielle with lots of interesting historical inspiration and big warning signs to how gamification can go wrong on the workplace.
This free book gives you a thorough introduction to Linked Data and how to find your way in the Semantic Web.
Doing most of these recommendations. What I should get done, though, is getting a better backup system for our baby pictures.
Growing up in densely populated areas, I don’t believe I’ve experienced total absence of man-made noise. The constant construction noises in @duesseldorf Stadtmitte are also disturbing us a lot.
Rather than pitting patriotism and flag waving against the metaphysical value of nature, hard data can help show how the Navy is (or isn’t) impacting the landscape and guide appropriate conservation measures.
It’s not over until it’s over and we all need to pay double extra for slower internet speeds!
Intriguing cyber security story! I wonder how these "Fancy Bear" hackers socially engineered the Olympic Officials. Real "Mr Robot" level stuff.
Great article again on living happier and essentially better
if I paid lower taxes I could afford a bigger car, but that’s not going to bring me happiness. What brings me happiness is knowing that everybody I love and care for is taken care of.
Interesting article about safer authentication
Do not need this magnifying feature myself yet, but it definitely seems useful
My Do Mostly Nothing Circuit #DMN will be intensely stimulated and busy after the last couple of weeks.
The malware cyber attack from a security administrator's standpoint
" “We all rely on encryption to protect our ability to communicate, shop and bank safely.”"
Any claim should be treated with caution until verifiable including on social media
The comments on Reader were very good! I still believe in RSS feeds, and I use Pocket to bundle my news and I probably clicked on a click bait article probably once by accident.
"the need to raise awareness about these types of WebSocket and PostMessage vulnerabilities."
#Geoblocking Digital content between European states, soon an annoyance of the past in a #digitalsinglemarket
Geoblocking in Europe, soon a thing of the past
Keybase has the enormous potential of becoming a much safer way of using the Internet since it signs and encrypts everything
High time for some positivism
Be nerdy, save the World.
The problem in all these scenarios isn’t the fact that the lifts don’t come fast enough, or take too long to get to their floor — it is that the customer experience of waiting is poor.
This topic of this article almost reads like the premise to an excellent sci-fi movie, except it's not sci-fi any longer...
Fascinating insight on a terrible day
Interesting advice and tips if you're running an #ecommerce shop
Stating I am disgusted with #Russia's dealing with #mh17 is an understatement. #callforjustice
“Don’t fear failure. Fear being in the exact same place next year as you are today.”
As anyone with even minimal exposure to making software knows, behind a minute of typing lies an hour of study.