Put your existing image metadata to good use. Embed descriptions, copyright information, and more into your images to improve Bing/Google Image Search results.
HTML5 documents could end up being parsed as legacy HTML4 documents in HTML Tidy (libtidy) depending on the DOCTYPE casing.
I’ve applied a permissive content license in hopes to enable more free-culture sharing and attract more incoming links.
WordPress no longer makes me happy, so I’m changing it out for something that does. A static-site generator is the best option for me.
An investigation into the legal-side and international copyright law when publishing on distributed peer-to-peer internet alternatives.
VPN providers are good advertisers and also pay good money to make even [formerly] reputable tech media websites “recommend” their services.
How can mass-copying pages from web publishers without a license not be mass-copyright infringement? The weird copyright law exemption that enables AMP Caches.
Stave off the looming Chromium monoculture with a Firefox-based web browser. Here’s a look at four of them: Cliqz, Tor Browser, Pale Moon, and Waterfox.
Apache’s module for server-driven HTTP content negotiation isn’t suited to make decisions about which pre-compressed resource to serve.
Comparison review of the two secure PGP-oriented email providers ProtonMail vs Mailbox.org. A huge price discrepancy for the same service.
I asked HE DNS if they had plans to support TSIG authenticated AXFR requests. Weeks later they rolled out support for the feature.
Third-party web browsers like Firefox and Google Chrome slows down your Mac’s Time Machine backups by dumping their files in all the wrong places.