Headline Lossage at the New York Times.
I guess I’ll just write this as though I have reason to be believe that the people who write headlinesContinue reading
Thinking Creatively About Ban Requests and Content Policing.
image credit A particularly insidious problem with online social media platforms is biased and overly-restrictive ban patterns. When enough peopleContinue reading
Freedom of speech, no-platforming, and the Nina Paley test.
image credit (Update: After this article was first published, this happened, and then later this, which I think demonstrates myContinue reading
I’m using the Display Posts Shortcode to have a post that just shows a listing of all the posts onContinue reading
What “normalization” means: a concrete example.
Here’s what “normalization” means: Trump praises this bizarre offer from Putin in which U.S. gets to question the 12 RussiansContinue reading
Open Source Archetypes: A Framework for Purposeful Open Source
I don’t usually blog about work stuff here, but some things are worth making an exception for. James Vasile andContinue reading
A Mystery: Firefox and User Privacy
I’m mystified by some Firefox browser privacy policies, and I wonder if anyone can help me understand them better. IContinue reading
On changing one’s mind. (From ORD Camp some years ago.)
A few years ago at ORD Camp I participated in one of my favorite conference sessions ever. I don’t rememberContinue reading
What You Need to Know About the Conservancy / SFLC Dustup.
TL;DR: The Software Freedom Conservancy is responding appropriately to a surprising and unwarranted trademark action from SFLC (the Software FreedomContinue reading