Here’s your weekly concentrate feed in case you missed some juice:
- Panopticlick — EFF shows off user tracking by fingerprinting browser’s User-Agent.
- Misa digital guitar — Open Source touchscreen guitar runs on Gentoo.
- Preordering the Apple Tablet — You may like iPad or not, but you can’t forget the wait.
- Ian Bicking: A new way to deploy web applications — Extending Google’s AppEngine paradigm to a customized world.
- What Every Programmer Should Know About Memory by Ulrich Drepper — A nice evergreen for my CS students.
In the last 7 days, clickstream has been exceptionally dominated by Google, so I think it deserves its own hit parade:
- Google’s proposal to extend DNS protocol — adding originator’s IP in queries would help geo-customized response.
- Chromium Blog: More Resources for Developers — brief of next-gen web technologies.
- Google Deducing Wireless Location Data — by inspecting packet headers and measuring transmission rates.
- Chromium Blog: Encouraging More Chromium Security Research — security bugs wanted, dead or alive.
- Google Xistence Offers to Live Your Life For You — a nice parody on social networks by Australian web designer Philipp Drössler.
P.S.: The best news of the week (of the year?) is actually this one.