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June 2013

Monthly Archive

Jun 30
2013

What It’s Like to Get a National-Security Letter : The New Yorker

What It’s Like to Get a National-Security Letter : The New Yorker An interview with Brewster Kahle, the founder of the Internet Archive, one of a handful of people who have received a National Security Letter and had the accompanying gag order lifted.

Jun 27
2013

Ben Alman » Immediately-Invoked Function Expression (IIFE)

Ben Alman » Immediately-Invoked Function Expression (IIFE) A detailed explanation of JavaScript functions as expressions

JavaScript Module Pattern: In-Depth

JavaScript Module Pattern: In-Depth Walk-through of the JavaScript module pattern and some advanced uses

Jun 26
2013

Persuading David Simon

Persuading David Simon Fantastic essay by Maciej Ceg?owski looking at the technological and political effects of massive, secretive government surveillance.

This is already old, but… There be a dragon in it. So there. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Five myths about privacy – The Washington Post

Five myths about privacy – The Washington Post We don’t have to choose between preserving privacy and preventing terrorism. We do have to decide how much oversight and accountability there should be when the government conducts surveillance of its citizens.

Jun 25
2013

Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have ‘Nothing to Hide’ – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have ‘Nothing to Hide’ – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education Privacy is rarely lost in one fell swoop. It is usually eroded over time, little bits dissolving almost imperceptibly until we finally begin to notice how much is gone. When the government starts monitoring the […]

Jun 21
2013

shortformblog: The difference between Google and Bing.

Jun 19
2013

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Jun 18
2013

The Rise of the Mobile-Only User – Karen McGrane – Harvard Business Review

The Rise of the Mobile-Only User – Karen McGrane – Harvard Business Review Mobile-only users aren’t some strange new breed of customer, signaling their desire for different messages, content, and services through their choice of screen size and form factor. They’re just your customer. You can and should speak to them in same way you […]

Jun 12
2013

How to design a responsive HTML email | Webdesigner Depot

How to design a responsive HTML email | Webdesigner Depot Guide to creating a responsive HTML email

Jun 8
2013

The thing and the whole of the thing: on DRM in HTML | as days pass by

The thing and the whole of the thing: on DRM in HTML | as days pass by Stuart Langridge on DRM in HTML. (via Jeremy Keith)