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October 12, 2013 in Uncategorized | 6 comments
— when I see this kind of stuff pop over what I came to read:
Richard Carter on October 12, 2013 at 8:53 am
So automatic has it become that I just tried to close the image in your post.
Doc Searls on October 12, 2013 at 9:32 am
Ha! I thought the same thing after I put it up. 🙂
Gerald on October 14, 2013 at 4:54 am
But does it open another tab if you click “login to twitter”? And then after loggin in, will the page automatically know that you’ve just logged in? Hate it when I have to reload the whole page. Why do they still use this method anyways?
Bradley on October 14, 2013 at 5:31 am
Playing Devil’s advocate, what’s wrong with this? No more sign in forms, less passwords to remember, less spam email.
Doc Searls on October 14, 2013 at 10:16 am
I hate pop-over windows. Simple as that. The message had nothing to do with it. Could have said anything.
Alan Ralph on October 16, 2013 at 3:21 pm
The worst part to these pop-overs is that they sometimes come in on a delay after the page has loaded. On my iPad, I’ll load an article, tap to zoom in on the text, start reading, then find the screen partially obscured and have to zoom out again (if the page will allow me) in order to get rid of it.
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Hints toward me tonite at #cce16: j.mp/adbwars, doc.searls.com, projectvrm.org & j.mp/writing4lj #vrm
About 10 hours ago from Doc Searls's Twitter via Twitter Web Client
Toward the @constellationr #CCE16 concern with ethics, here is the boundary inside which humans need to have choice: j.mp/cstledoc
About 11 hours ago from Doc Searls's Twitter via Twitter Web Client
@fcc_cio: What makes us human is #choice. Are we really advocating that? (Me: Depends on which "we.") #CCE16
@fcc_cio (smart dude!) on #SesameCredit vs. #privacy & #choice: "really insidious." Agree.
Great ##CCE16 #ethics panel with @Steve_Lockstep @fcc_cio @jtaschek @kcarruthers @rwang0
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