Here ya go:
Hats Off to MozillaMy column for the January issue of Linux Journal.
Firefox — Notes (34.0.5) — Mozilla More changes since I wrote the above.
The magic of working together Dave on working with David Weinberger and me on something. (Stay tuned.) BTW, Dave, David and I all have the same first name. We are legion.
Air Asia Indonesia Lost Contact from Surabaya to Singapore – Page 65 – PPRuNe Forums The latest page in a long thread in which pilots discuss what may have happened to the lost Air Asia flight.
The History of the Internet Project Read the bulleted lists. Good and fun project, full of important stuff to remember.
How to Start a Blog – The Free Beginner’s Guide to Blogging A good primer. One additional note: you don’t need to monetize your blog with advertising. Think “because effects” — making money because of your blog, rather than with your blog.
Chris Dixon on Twitter:Nikola Tesla predicting today back in 1926 Open data: Unlocking innovation and performance with liquid information | McKinsey & Company Why open data is necessary and cool.
Making customer experience a first person thing | ProjectVRM A post of mine at the ProjectVRM blog. Watch for more on the topic there.
Find products on sale by Brand, Site or Product Category – TrackIf Something you could have used before Christmas. But use it anyway.
Aral Balkan —The Camera Panopticon. Nails it.
Ind.ie Manifesto What Aral’s about, as so should the rest of us.
The Technology of Us Because I want to give it one more plug.
Context Collapse, Architecture, and Plows — LadyBits on Medium One in a series by Quinn Norton. Essential reading.
Lecture: Privacy in Consumer Markets: Reversing the Surveillance Business Model (Schedule 31. Chaos Communication Congress) Reuben Binns speaks.
I Tweet Honestly, I tweet Passionately: Twitter Users, Context Collapse and The Imagined Audience. Alice Marwick and danah boyd, from 2010 and still relevant.
Search and Apps – Give Consumers Back Their Links – John Battelle’s Search Blog In which John calls apps “chicklets.” And he’s right.
How My Mom Got Hacked – NYTimes.com Not a bad way to use up one of your ten NYTimes monthly views per browser. (I hate that system, btw.)
Anti-terror plan to spy on toddlers ‘is heavy-handed’ – Telegraph Any plan would be.
The Year in Content Marketing and Native Ads | Media – Advertising Age With more years to come.
Digitization of Media Requires New Ways to Measure Marketing’s Worth By Shelley Palmer. Not bad for a sell-side view.
Areas of Coverage – Economic-Value-Report.pdf Cover page for the below, and more.
Economic Value of the Advertising-Supported Internet Ecosystem Important fact: that ecosystem is not the Web, much less the Net. I’m not even sure it’s an ecosystem.
API Security: Deep Dive into OAuth and OpenID Connect Not a bad view into how APIs work.
Who’s the true enemy of internet freedom – China, Russia, or the US? | Comment is free | The Guardian Evgeny Morozov doesn’t offer a solution, but does lay out the problem.
What’s Happening to New York’s Skyline? – NYTimes.com Get ready for more “pencil” high-rises, all re-making New York’s profile. (The first of these is already taller than the Empire State Building and the new One World Trade Center, if you subtract the spires of each. And get this: it’s residential.)
Doc Searls Weblog · Snow on the Water An oldie but goodie.