2012 Nov 11, 1:26
Moral: laws should cover behavior not specific technologies. The implementation can change, laws shouldn’t take such dependencies.
2010 Nov 8, 3:34
On crappy aspects of HTTP cookie design.
2010 Apr 25, 3:32
Anne van Kesteren compares the new descriptive HTTP cookie standard and the previous prescriptive cookie standards to HTMLs standards.
2010 Jan 29, 10:28
"Is your browser configuration rare or unique? If so, web sites may be able to track you, even if you limit or disable cookies." Examines HTTP headers and browser features and reports if your
configuration is unique (mine is). Good info for anyone looking at creating an anonymous browsing plugin or service
2009 Aug 28, 9:12
sequelguy posted a photo:
Cookies and cupcakes mysteriously appeared in my office. (Actually not mysterious -- thanks Eric!)
2009 Aug 17, 8:37
Info on Flash cookies, US Govt websites cookie use, possible US Govt regulations on privacy/tracking users, plus a great zombie photo.
2009 Apr 29, 12:34
"In this presentation, recorded at QCon San Francisco 2008, HTTPbis WG chair Mark Nottingham gives an update on the current status of the HTTP protocol in the wild, and the ongoing work to clarify
the HTTP specification."
2009 Jan 29, 10:22
Play this game now. Its like half of a delicious club sandwhich. Love the music. "To make it in Nuevos Aires, one has to have nerves of silk and the filthiest of hands. Mix together a batch of
espionage, some high- speed car chases, fire-spewing assassins, and you've got one oven that'll never bake cookies again. We provide the pliers and you bring the moxie."
2008 Jul 22, 6:15
Determine one's personality based on their home. Feels like pop science, fortune cookie results still fun though: "Sam Gosling, psychologist ... analysed photos from a handful of New Scientist
readers to see what he could deduce about their personalities
2008 Jun 30, 3:49
Yngve Nysaeter Pettersen briefly talks about his Opera minimal security domain RFCs: "I've just refreshed my HTTP Cookie and Cache related Internet Drafts."
2008 Jun 30, 3:46
Opera's solution to minimal security domain determination: "The drafts describe 1) Opera's current "rule of thumb" implementation that uses DNS in an attempt to confirm the validity of a domain, and
2) a proposed new HTTP based lookup service that retur
2008 Mar 23, 12:38
The move of my website to NearlyFreeSpeech.NET is mostly complete except for a few server side things not working yet: RandomGrammar and parts of Vizicious. I'm still very happy with the
NearlyFreeSpeech.NET hosting and so far I've only spent a few cents on hosting. At this rate I'll only spend a few dollars a year.
I've moved all my pages to use the same CSS and hooked it up with cookies to my Kuler color options so now changes to the color theme will
stick and apply to all my pages. I haven't figured out the caching for this yet so you may have to refresh to see changes to color applied.
2008 Feb 7, 12:25
An HTTP styled lolcat.
2007 Jun 11, 2:41
A blog post on the topic of cookie limits in wininet and IE.
2007 May 17, 1:04
I've seen several humorous kitty related stories recently and then happened upon the whole lolcat
scene. Rather than post all the links to humorous
kitty lolcat photos to delicious I figure I'll roundup the links here.
A cat in England enjoys riding the bus
and does so regularly (associated lolcat commentary
A cat trees a bear
(also with lolcat
xkcd has a comic on the topic of lolcat commentary
. xkcd also had a non-lolcat cat related comic
recently that I found
And now I'm out of commentary so I'll just... "X cat is X": interested
. VG related: SF
. Other: cookie
2006 Jan 30, 8:27 2006 Jan 30, 6:31 2005 Mar 28, 10:47
This document specifies a way to create a stateful session with Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) requests and responses. It describes three new headers, Cookie, Cookie2, and Set-Cookie2, which
carry state information between participating orig
2005 Mar 28, 10:46
Netscape's definition of cookies