Interesting read on how the original cookie specs anticipated and tried to block tracking abuses, and how ad companies worked around it to create the privacy mess we have today.

Interesting read on how the original cookie specs anticipated and tried to block tracking abuses, and how ad companies worked around it to create the privacy mess we have today.

The Original Cookie specification from 1997 was GDPR compliant

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Dude’s been in office nearly four years and hasn’t figured out that the job *isn’t about him*. Or that, you know, it has actual *responsibilities*. Even after he failed his four-year performance review.

Dude’s been in office nearly four years and hasn’t figured out that the job *isn’t about him*. Or that, you know, it has actual *responsibilities*. Even after he failed his four-year performance review.

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Election maps typically show land. But land doesn’t vote. People vote. Whether they’re spread out over a lot of land or concentrated in a city. And if land did vote, I suspect it wouldn’t be voting for the party that’s consistently rolled back environmental protections.

Election maps typically show land. But land doesn’t vote. People vote. Whether they’re spread out over a lot of land or concentrated in a city.

And if land did vote, I suspect it wouldn’t be voting for the party that’s consistently rolled back environmental protections.

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Covid measures metaphor

Covid measures metaphor: Think of each measure (masks, distance, limiting crowds, ventilation, etc.) as a slice of Swiss cheese. Sure, there are holes in each slice, but you stack them together and they cover each other’s gaps.

A Swiss cheese approach to pandemic safety

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Also, a nice visual display of how coronavirus spreads in indoor scenarios and how different actions reduce the risk.

A room, a bar and a classroom: how the coronavirus is spread through the air

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Seems like the only reason certain groups aren’t complaining loudly about the “tyranny” of traffic signals and refusing to obey out of “fear” is that the consequences of running every red light you see hit you faster than the consequences of not taking precautions against covid.

Seems like the only reason certain groups aren’t complaining loudly about the “tyranny” of traffic signals and refusing to obey out of “fear” is that the consequences of running every red light you see hit you faster than the consequences of not taking precautions against covid.

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