Mitigate “tabnabbing” (security issue) without breaking window.open() features (Chrome bug).
Semantic #HTML markup like <code>, <kbd>, and <samp> can improve the quality of machine-translated technical texts. 📄
WordPress funding and market dominance: https://www.manton.org/2019/09/20/wordpress-funding-and.html
This Article Is Spying on You. 🍪
@sam so any chance you can tell me what Cliqz's definition of "fair ads" is? All the details I can find are the UI labels for turning it on and off.
❤️ “[As a response to your SpamCop.net report] we confirmed mass distribution of Spam mail, so we stopped delivery of Spam mail and contacted the operator.” It feels good to take down spammers. Submit your spam samples to https://SpamCop.net today!
How Coil’s micro-payment service and the Web Monetization API works compared to Flattr. 💰
Why Syncthing kept deleting my files as I re-created them.
Evolving rel="nofollow" – new ways to identify the nature of links
"We value your privacy. That's why we're asking permission to tell hundreds of companies about your visit to our website. We may have opted you in and have already shared this data (a GDPR violation) or have made this dialog so confusion you'll have no idea what your choices are (also a violation)." Remember, the GDPR requires these prompts to be easy to understand and not disruptive.
Normalize fridge temperatures (and save on electricity) by installing a left-over PC fan.
"You’ve to enable third-party cookies in your browser for Scroll to do its thing." https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/scroll.com-first-impressions.html from @da
Interestingly, Scroll contacted us at Ghostery during their beta phase as our cookie blocking was preventing the subscription detection. I suggested a few ways they could implement the service without having to track all non-scroll users too, including a per-site login button, but unfortunately they didn't take up the offer...
Your online identity is owned by your email provider.
@jlelse stick your RSS as a sitemap in /robots.txt too. Robots like delta-sitemaps just as much as full sitemaps.
What you can do:
* as a website admin/newspaper publisher: Do not use AMP!
* as a user: Use another browser (uhm @firefox) and use an "no AMP" add-on: https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/amp2html/