Tag: HTTP

Remove Flash from Windows 10

Flash is Bad Yep.  It’s a security risk, is being constantly “fixed”, but more importantly is being dropped in all good browsers very soon.  It’s already been dumped by the Chrome browser and with any decent website worth it’s salt moving off Flash to the HTML5 way of doing things there’s no reason to have…
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November 13, 2017 2
Terminated

Robots and Fuel Strikes – What Are People Supposed to Do?

The Role of Work – What Is It? The role of work is at the heart of many societal norms, take the so-called “protestant work ethic”. The current strikes in France, inspired by the fuel tanker driver strike, will have many of a “work ethic” mindset secretly envious but openly tut-tutting.  https://www.thelocal.fr/20160526/french-fuel-crisis-4600-petrol-stations-run-dry China, despite its…
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May 26, 2016 1

Pacific Webworks Goes Quietly

Pacific Webworks Sold Oh how the mighty have fallen. http://bankruptcompanynews.com/pacific-webworks-04-22-16/ The U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved Pacific WebWorks motion authorizing the sale of Debtor’s intellipay subsidiary free and clear of liens, claims, encumbrances and interests. The order states, “The Debtor conducted an auction consistent with the procedures described in the Motion on April 20, 2016 at…
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May 26, 2016 1
A Hockey Stick

Why Throw Away History?

The Web, History, Link-rot & Crawling Chaos Again, while checking for link-rot, I came across a broken link on the Crawling Chaos website.  Specifically, it’s when I deal with our introduction to Factory Records and that I played with a hockey team called Northumbria alongside the Tyne Tees Television (TTTV) newsreader called Rod Griffith. I…
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November 24, 2015 0

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