The Global Privacy Platform is presented as the final comprehensive answer for privacy signaling, but it repeats the worst mistakes of its predecessors.
Taking a look at the Topics API as it stands today.
The entire change that was needed to support GPC on The Washington Post was 7 lines of code.
It’s important to recognize that nothing has really changed. The end of third-party cookies is still advancing.
"This is for everyone. Not just for everyone to consume, but for everyone to make."
Spotify's user experience for music asks us to control recommendations, instead of letting it control us.
Why one engineer decided GitHub's ICE contracts were worth quitting over.
A presentation on our responsibility as technologists to change the world which is well worth watching.
The Washington Post is taking a proactive approach to digital display advertising issues with a new project that is set to fix bad code.
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A slide from a machine learning literacy salon is worth remembering.
Let's make your Jekyll site work with Schema.org structured data and JSON-LD.
Publishers have agency here, they're part of the problem & they should be part of the solution
Why is our design informed more by trends than science?
The problem has never been how we look out on the world, but what we choose to perceive.
Terrible code I have known.
How to deal with an abandoned project without leaving the tree.
A very very quick how to.
It's all just one long push to the bottom.
Here's how to make Jekyll posts easier for others to see and share on social networks.
A first post
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