A quick review of which content delivery networks support RFC 5861’s Stale-While-Revalidate and Stale-If-Error caching directives.
Host-read ads can damage trust. Podcasts should either use different people to read their ads or embrace programmatically inserted ads.
Verify that your CDN or caching proxy supports RFC 5861 asynchronous cache revalidation through the stale-while-revalidate HTTP response directive.
Windows 10 adds support for three new open-source multimedia codecs, Theora for video and Vorvis for audio, and the Ogg multimedia container format.
Firefox has a built-in content blocker but you’ll need external tools to use it to block anything.
Learn how to set up HTTP Save-Data request-hint aware HTTP/2 server push with Apache HTTPD and Nginx web servers.
Hosts erode trust when reading advertiser messages on their shows. Programmatic ads may be the only way to maintain trust.
Ads had promised me that Hover.com was a great domain registrar. Trusting them to handle my domains turned out to be a big mistake.
How upgrading the USB 3.1 PCIe controller on my mainboard let my devices quick-charge over USB 3.1. Plus, it’s nice to add more USB ports to your PC.
Learn how to use the Cache-Control plugin for WordPress to improve your website’s cacheability and page-loading performance.
Set up faster HTTP redirects by using HTTP/2 server push to send the new location in the same response informing the client about the redirect.
Free-Software Foundation European launches campaign to ensure tax-payer money goes to publicly owned and open-source software rather than proprietary vendors.