I’m really not particularly convinced that Twitter is at all a sensible thing. However, today thanks to T’w’r, I discovered that it is “the day we fight back“, and (despite feeling that this is armchair activism at it’s most lazy) I have added the banner to my site. I dare say no one will see […]
Facebook wants to get people into their clutches, and obscure the fact that there is a world-wide web of stuff out there. They will probably succeed, too; more’s the pity. Still, I’ll continue to avoid them, just in case they do require my participation to ensure full world-domination. Facebook and Google spread ‘their’ net across […]
I have now had this problem about every year for the last three or four years, and every time have completely forgotten how I resolved it the previous time. It’s especially annoying, because usually involves searching for such common terms as index.php, apache, directory, etc. which result in almost entirely useless information. So, here, for […]
Own your identity by Marco Arment: If you care about your online presence, you must own it. I do, and that’s why my email address has always been at my own domain, not the domain of any employer or webmail service. … Sadly, most people don’t care about giving control of their online identity to […]
The Internet Society’s Future Internet Scenarios.