It’s not surprising that the tracking debate had people up in arms. A Pew Internet study, conducted just before Google combined its privacy policies (and after it rolled out personalized search results in Search Plus Your World) found that three quarters of people don’t want their search results tracked, and two thirds don’t even want them personalized based on prior history.
Originally posted on March 23, 2012 at 08:36AM at The Case Against Google
This post will help you install the Linux Dropbox client on your headless Ubuntu Server and link it up to your Dropbox account. Unlike the process of mounting an S3 bucket we looked at before the Dropbox approach is a much better solution for sharing files. If you’re a daily Dropbox user you’ll quickly get hooked on the convenience of having your servers in the same file sharing loop as all your other Dropbox connected devices!
Originally posted on March 21, 2012 at 11:50AM at Install Dropbox On Ubuntu Server (10 & 11)
Hace algunos días me tropecé con un e-book que ofrece una introducción bastante completa al trabajo con AJAX sobre WordPress, adecuadamente titulado WordPress & AJAX. An in-depth guide on using Ajax with WordPress, que se puede descargar gratuitamente en su totalidad, junto con sus ejemplos de código.
Rob Reid unveils Copyright Math (TM), a remarkable new field of study based on actual numbers from entertainment industry lawyers and lobbyists
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 is hosting all these new companies it shouldn’t be at all surprising that the company has learned a lot from that hosting experience and may covet some of these new businesses.
Originally posted on March 15, 2012 at 10:39PM at I, Cringely » Blog Archive » Lessons from Redmond – Cringely on technology