Crap, where did I put that thing?
Three cheers to Marco Arment and the latest update to my favorite Podcast app. Recognizing that having personal data is now a liability is something I hope becomes a trend, soon.
“Big data ruined the web, and I’m not going to help bring it to podcasts.”
My three cheers are transforming into a standing ovation.
It’s almost like they don’t want to have customers. No mag safe power connector, no headphone jack, no SD card slots, no Ethernet ports, no HDMI ports, no replaceable battery, no external monitors, nothing actually “pro” level anymore, Cristiano Ronaldo level prices …
Please tell me Linux has caught up and I can run Photoshop and Battlefield One on the same non-Winblows platform now … please?
One excellent example of why Net Neutrality was a big deal (R.I.P.) and without it consumers just have to bend over and take it. This can only speed their demise, which sucks for me as there is no other comparable service in my area.
Google has a new offering: Introducting .app and I’m not impressed.
“A key benefit of the .app domain is that security is built in …”
I can’t tell if they’re being disingenuous or naive here, but to offer a “secure” domain name without encrypted DNS and WHOIS privacy seems like an idea that missed the mark. A “secure” domain name system must involve security at the domain name level. What they choose to enforce at the browser level is almost completely irrelevant.
That said, the HSTS aspect is a nice touch, assuming you’re going to use the domain for something based on HTTP.