I like the sound of Cuil- all the goodness of their ex-employer without the digital footprint. Their privacy page reads: Privacy is a hot topic these days, and we want you to feel totally comfortable using our… Read More »Your history is your business, not ours
I’m really glad I got the opportunity to attend this event. It’s given my own research and writing a bit of a boost, but its also shown me just how important advances in this field are. On… Read More »Advances in Computer Security and Forensics Conference
As its still in development, I’ve set the drag n’ drop captcha mechanism to report failures in full as well as forwarding legitimate responses.I’ve had the first (update: two now) such failure notice from a live… Read More »First spam attempt on Drag n’ Drop captcha
My article on using requestAction() and custom layouts to add XHR functionality in CakePHP is now live on the Bakery. This tutorial outlines a method for creating or modifying Cake apps that work swiftly for XHR(XmlHTTPRequest)-enabled clients and degrades well… Read More »CakePHP article on adding XHR
It turns out that the SpeedDial extension for Firefox not only gives you regularly updated screenshots of the sites you add, but they’re scrollable too. Damned useful for photo sites.