Monthly Archives: January 2008

Apparently the UK government are revisiting the idea of net censorship, in the context of anti-terrorism. UK Home Secretary Jacqui Smith as reported in the “Guardian, Government targets extremist websites“: Speaking to the BBC’s Radio 4 Today programme before her speech, Smith said there were specific examples of websites that “clearly fall under the category [...]

OpenID and Wireless sharing

via Makenshi in #openid chat on Freenode IRC: <Makenshi>: I found a wireless captive portal solution that supports openid. With the newest release of CoovaAP, some new features in Chilli are demonstrated in combination with RADIUS to allow OpenID based authentication. (coova.org) I’m happy to see this. It’s very close to some ideas I was [...]

Flickr (Yahoo) upcoming support for OpenID

According to Simon Willison, Flickr look set to support OpenID by allowing your photostream URL (eg. for me, http://www.flickr.com/photos/danbri/) to serve as an OpenID, ie. something you can type wherever you see “login using OpenID” and be bounced to Flickr/Yahoo to provide credentials instead of remembering yet another password. This is rather good news. For [...]

Bouncin’ around

A couple weeks ago, in a pathetic and greedsome bid to monetize you all, I added Google Adsense ads to this blog. Needless to say, the jaded foaftards who read this thing aren’t the kind to go all clicky-buyey on adverts. When I finally earn a whole dollar, I’ll celebrate by having it converted to [...]