- Senator David Norris reveals who his first crush was. Warning! graphic images! Yes, people do get paid to write such guff, and we lap it up!
- European Consumer Centre Dublin launched Howard, a cute wide eyed owl who will help you shop online this year. Simply enter the url of the site you’ll be shopping at and they will present the following:
- When the website was registered/updated.
- The results of an Archive.org search.
- Official Company Register information about the company.
- The results of a Google search.
- If the website is a member of an e-commerce trustmark scheme.
- Trustmarks to look for in the country in question.
- The general limitation period in the country in question.
- The general cancellation period in the country in question.
- Examples of price comparison sites to look for in the country in question.
- Contact information to your national European Consumer Centre.
I entered 7dayshop.com because of my previous experience with them but the only negative result was the lack of a Trustmark certificate. I’m glad the first link of the Google search points at my 7dayshop.com post.
- Fellow Automatticer Alex Shiels talking at WordCamp Melbourne.
- Want to see inside a datacenter? CIX Open Day on the 29th! Unfortunately I don’t think I’ll make it.
- A really simple way of generating a thumbnail of your site. Finally, a use for Snap!
- FSF release GNU Affero GPL to address using GPLed software on public servers. The GPL requires code to be distributed if the software is made public, but there’s a loophole. Code running on a web server is more like a service. The code stays on the server and therefore code does not have to be made public. GNU Affero GPL rectifies that problem. However, if WordPress was licensed under such a license anyone who uses it would have to release any modifications they make. Read the post for more details about why the loophole still exists in GPL 3.
<@J^raxis> Some people have some weird fetishes. Which is fine. Then they take photos of them, which is not.