no, you fuckers, i am not downloading your app just because i am looking on my phone. i have a whole-ass web browser
i am especially not downloading it when i click on a web link and get forwarded to the play store. how fucking presumptuous. fuck you imo
Also it would be nice if mobile browsers wouldn't display pure-HTML pages in desktop style (ergo very tiny and requiring lots of zooming and horizontal scrolling). Pure HTML is perfectly suited to device-adapted display!
1. They must ask for explicit permission to run each and every script -- including scripts that are run from other scripts.
2. They must include descriptions for the permission pop-up that explicitly describe each script's purpose.
This is the only way JS should be allowed to stay in our opinion. Without opt-in and fully based on informed consent, including actual consequences for the site owner for failing to properly inform their viewers.
website: OK no app ... how about allowing notifications from me? Can I? Please? Pretty please?
I'll ask you again about our app and our notifications next time you visit. Well, every time actually.
You know, just in case you change your mind.
@KitRedgrave is there a ublock filter list which deals with these kinds of annoyances? because there should be.
The point was to have a simple, human readable markup language which was defined in SGML and therefore parsable.
The control of format was supposed to be on the user side. Also there would be both forward and backlinks, and audio and text annotation of all links. This was implemented in ncsa server and client. Just as in "As We May Think" and Xanadu.
The evil corporations have been trying to recreate push media, ie TV + big data, profiling, and universal surveillance.
@KitRedgrave are you sure you dont want the same content in a gross smaller window and with ads that are harder to remove?
@KitRedgrave the app: [also has a whole-ass web browser]
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