My response to a Forbes article which claims the Internet of Things will facilitate home working by managing domestic tasks.
Mix.com has recently changed from being a website into being an app. I question the trend of doing that with everything these days.
I take aim at pop-ups. The sort that ask you to subscribe to a newsletter or whatever. I think the web would be a better place without them.
ICANN has received many complaints about the sale of the .org domain to Ethos Capital.
ISPs often levy charges if you move away from them and want to keep using the email address you had with them.
The rules I'd like to see governing online advertising and privacy therein. Something like this will happen. Privacy breaches and onerous advertising will force it.
Why publishers, advertisers and advertising networks need to get together to ensure advertising is acceptable to users.
A review of Zen Internet's broadband packages, which I've now been using for nine years.
The Cloudflare/8chan situation raises questions about how the internet should be moderated. With a bit of prelude I link to Ben Thompson's ideas about this.
Is there a better way than those currently in common use to check if a website visitor is a robot?
Why you should maintain control of your creative content on the internet via your own website and the blueprint provided by IndieWeb.