Zero rating is bad for net neutrality
You’ve probably hear the saying that goes “the road to hell it’s paved with good intentions”… well, you might say something similar of zero-rating, the “new battleground for net neutrality“. After just about everyone could agree that paying extra for premium access to some types of content it’s “A bad thing”, zero rating turns the…
Apple’s paranoia is hurting the open Web
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. That is the issue we must confront. via Tired of Safari – QuirksBlog.
i would really like to see a blog search feature in @duckduckgo … could be a nice boost for the #indieweb — Felipe Lavín (@felipelavinz) June 6, 2014
I, Cringely » Blog Archive » Lessons from Redmond – Cringely on technology
AWS, which most people think of as EC2 computing and S3 storage but actually contains a dozen or more cloud-based services, has become a quick and easy way to bring new Internet services to market with little or no capital by launching them on AWS and paying with a credit card. But given that Amazon…