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TL;DR Many Facebook widgets are just fronts for getting at your (often private) data.
The lovely Tim Kadlec offers his recommendations for holiday reading. His review of my book made me tear up. Seriously.
Better performance == better results. Here’s the proof.
This is an interesting proposal on EE’s part.
Olaf Swantee, EE’s chief executive, has launched a strategic review that will decide whether the operator should help its 27 million customers to restrict the quantity and type of advertising that reaches their devices, amid concern over increasingly intrusive practices.
Learn accessibility from the Facebook dev team via focused tutorials.
Very interesting info from Bruce Lawson on how Opera’s implementation of Progressive Apps differs from Chrome’s. I look forward to tucking into this approach soon.
In case you like to read online…
The fine folks at 18F really rocked this one out. Plus: progressive enhancement!
You can now scan your website for potential issues with standards & interoperability, accessibility, performance, and mobile, right from within Vorlon.js. This is really awesome stuff!