The Chrome team is embarking on a clever and bold plan to change the recipe for cookies. It’s one of the most consequential changes to the web platform in almost a decade, but with any luck, users won’t notice anything has changed. But if you’re a web developer, you should start testing your sites andContinue reading “Same-Site Cookies By Default”
Resolve Network Errors by deleting cookies for a single website.
This post demonstrates a bug in WordPress. Ignore it. This isn’t a real domain. Don’t hyperlink it because I explicitly did not use an A tag here https://eric-lawrence-wrote-this.com okay This isn’t a real domain. Don’t hyperlink it because I explicitly did not use an A tag here https://eric–lawrence-wrote-this.com okay
Here’s an image from a server with a LetsEncrypt certificate.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 69,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many peopleContinue reading “2015 in review”
If I were a better writer, I’d write as well as Maciej does. A very nice presentation on privacy, advertising, malvertising, click fraud, and more: http://idlewords.com/talks/what_happens_next_will_amaze_you.htm
As expected, sites are ramping up their responses to ad-blocking:
Not very diversified, I’m afraid.
This post is a basically random list of things that have happened over the years; it will grow over time. My freshman year of college, we had three bins in the halls of our dorm—“Trash”, “Recycle” and “Styrofoam”. I diligently sorted everything for disposal and fumed that my dorm mates were constantly throwing out theirContinue reading “Anecdotal Ephemera”
Last night, I wrote up a quick post on the importance of iOS9’s introduction of a content-filtering API. Naturally, there have been a variety of reactions to this post, so I’d like to address some of those and provide some additional context. Background First, I’d like to point out that while there are many importantContinue reading “Reactions to Collateral Damage”