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Occupy Flash, an unnecessary step in internet evolution?

Posted on 22. Nov, 2011 by .


Denouncing Flash and beginning a campaign to swat its usage, Occupy Flash have received strong coverage in mainstream media. This all begs the question, is it really necessary? Shockwave Player launched in 1995, with Flash being made available to download the following year. Launching in a very different internet landscape from the one seen today, [...]

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Joining the Google SSL conspiracy theories

Posted on 25. Oct, 2011 by .


A week ago Google announced it would make search more secure. It would do this by automatically deploy SSL encryption on searches for logged in users. A logged in user is someone with a cookie from YouTube, Google+, Gmail, etc, that’s still active. Google suggests that that’s less than 10% of current searches. The search [...]

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