“When you first cross any external border of the Schengen area, present your passport for an entry stamp. Immigration officials will decide if you qualify for entry into the Schengen area.”
“It was a step toward greater transparency for one of the most secretive of all federal agencies. But to find out what the document actually said, you had to trek to the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.”
“Chrome: The Wayback Machine from the Internet Archive has long been a resource to view older versions of websites, whether you want to dive into ancient GeoCities or just want to see minor revisions made recently. Now there’s a Chrome extension to make it even easier.”
“Google has officially confirmed they have begun rolling out the intrusive mobile interstitial penalty yesterday. Google warned us that this was coming almost a half-a-year ago and it did start rolling out on January 10, 2017 – as Google promised.”
“Despite pleas from privacy groups to rein in the US government’s surveillance powers before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, the Obama administration has done the opposite.”
FLOSS and how we got here. Cory Doctorow explains that we can lock the whole future Web open, if we do it right. #oscon http://conferences.oreilly.com/oscon/oscon-tx/public/content/how-you-got-here Video.
“The latest in wearable technology resembles a smart watch, except this device goes miles beyond reporting just heart rate and step count. Instead, the K’Track Glucose is a wearable device that is designed to measure glucose levels by “tasting” the skin’s interstitial fluids.”
“The Associated Press has built an agile 360 video operation that’s able to respond thoughtfully and at a moment’s notice to breaking news. Its digital team achieved this by dismissing the notion that creating high-quality 360 videos requires any special technical expertise.”