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  • HTTP2 Expression of Interest

    This content is 12 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.Here’s my (rather rushed) personal submission to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in response to their Call for Expressions of Interest in new work around HTTP; specifically, a new wire-level…

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  • Goodbye Google+

    This content is 12 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.Ironically many Google employees have even given up on Google+(though plenty still post annoying “Moved to Google+” profile pics on other social networks) One of those sneaky tweets that…

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  • Flash/Silverlight: How much business can you afford to turn away?

    This content is 12 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.Tim Anderson was asking about the future of Silverlight on Twitter today so here are my thoughts on the subject, in the context of earlier posts on the future…

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  • Infographic: Diffusion of Social Networks — Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+

    This content is 13 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.Social networking market They say a picture’s worth a thousand words and much digital ink has been spilled recently on impressive sounding (yet relatively unimpressive) user counts, so here’s an…

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  • RIP Adobe Flash (1996-2011) – now let’s bury the dead

    This content is 13 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.Adobe kills mobile Flash, giving Steve Jobs the last laugh, reports The Guardian’s Charles Arthur following the late Steve Jobs’ epic Thoughts on Flash rant 18 months ago. It’s been…

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  • Face it Flash, your days are numbered.

    This content is 14 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.It’s no secret that I’m no fan of Adobe Flash: Why Adobe Flash penetration is more like 50% than 99% Towards a Flash free YouTube killer (was: Adobe Flash…

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  • A word on the Australian Internet censorship scandal

    This content is 15 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.I’ve had a quick scan over Senator Stephen Conroy‘s infamous, long-awaited report on the efficacy of current Internet filtering technology and find it to be nothing short of scandalous. Without getting…

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  • HOWTO: Fix OS X by uninstalling Adobe Flash

    This content is 15 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.Adobe Flash just ruined my day for the last time… I’ve just arrived in Paris and needed to do some work before a meeting this afternoon. As it’s noisy…

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  • An open letter to the NoSQL community

    This content is 15 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.Following some discussion on Twitter today I posted this thread to the nosql-discussion group. You can see the outcome for yourself (essentially, and unsurprisingly I might add, “please feel…

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  • Twitter’s down for the count. What are we going to do about it?

    This content is 15 years old and may not reflect reality today nor the author’s current opinion. Please keep its age in mind as you read it.What’s wrong with this picture? There’s not a single provider for telephony (AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) There’s not a single provider for text messaging (AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) There’s not a…

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