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Today, the FCC voted for net neutrality, among other things. It’s great news for a more open and equal Web. Also, check out this post about some of the… 10 more words


Apple’s paranoid approach to developer relations, and, I assume, relations with other browser vendors (and, in fact, relations to anything outside itself) is becoming a serious liability to the open Web.

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Pointer Events have become a W3C recommendation, but it’s not all good news as Tim Kadlec points out in Apple’s Web?

Apple simply does not play well with other vendors when it comes to standardization.

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Why I Do Not Support a Node Foundation

I’ve been aware of the node foundation plans for a while. I have been part of the initial discussion group with Joyent back in May, was part of the node technical advisory board (for a bit), and had extensive discussions about this with pretty much every major players in the community. 1,202 more words

Open Web

Protect Net Neutrality | Join The Fight - Demand Congressional Support For a Free and Open Web

The Fight to Protect Net Neutrality

The FCC votes on net neutrality in 13 DAYS

Yesterday, I e-signed this petition from Mozilla. This is important. The web needs to remain free from any government control or interference.

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Flipboard brings it's gorgeous magazine app to the web

Flipboard came to prominence as a news-reading app for tablets and smartphones, attracting more than 50 million monthly active readers by the end of 2014. 325 more words


Black Mirror Angst and Rights in a Digital Age

Today, I experienced a Black Mirror moment which has finally galvanised me into taking action on an area I’m interested in, namely the rights of individuals and organisations in a digital age. 428 more words