The Mozilla Foundation has, as one of its principles in its manifesto, this statement: “The Internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible to all.” Let’s keep it that way and protect the open Web.
I vaguely remember the Web 20 years ago and the process of creating web pages on GeoCities. It wasn’t nearly as easy or as good looking as today’s Web but it was an exciting time back then.
The Verge has a chilling peek into a possible future of Internet access. The article's title is "Your corporate Internet nightmare starts now" and it is worth reading the whole thing. The article's tagline sets the tone: The year is 2018. The death of net neutrality was just the beginning (Via Jonathan Greene's post "The… Continue reading These are the good days of the Internet, they won't be back
The #JugCam debate is a minefield and its probably not a good idea for anyone other than a woman feminist to say or write anything about it. Any perspective other than a feminist one is sure to be as incorrect as any answer to the dreaded “Do I look fat in this?” question. If you…… Continue reading From privacy to publicity and the #JugCam debate