@aral hi, the <lastBuildDate> is supposed to be the last date that the feed was changed (the same value as HTTP Last-Modified). However, it seems to be stuck in the past on https://ind.ie/radar/index.xml . Some feed readers stop processing when the feed supposedly hasn’t changed since the last time they requested it. The element is optional so you can just remove it.
“Now we’ll also do more to ensure that Android phone owners know about the wide choice of browsers and search engines available to download to their phones. This will involve asking users of existing and new Android devices in Europe which browser and search apps they would like to use.”
Google Chrome can now intercept HTTPS requests on slow networks and gives them the old Opera Turbo treatment through Google’s servers. Privacy implications, indeed.
Zuckerberg's priorities for Facebook: "Interoperability. People should be able to use any of our apps to reach their friends, and they should be able to communicate across networks easily and securely." Does this mean they'll be bringing back #XMPP for messaging?
Did none of the engineers working on these sensors watch Better Off Ted S01E04? #algorithmicbias
"[Proving you're human by] selecting all the traffic lights, crosswalks, and storefronts in an image grid. Soon the traffic lights were buried in distant foliage, the crosswalks warped and half around a corner, the storefront signage blurry and in Korean. There’s something uniquely dispiriting about being asked to identify a fire hydrant and struggling at it."
Chrome is right to remove its bad webRequest extension API
Surely I must be clicking on a hundred fire hydrants and buses per week. #CAPTCHA
Paid #IPFS pinning services overcharge for duplicated objects