Having spent years toying with and advocating for them, I'm thrilled that Firefox 63 has support for Web Components! I wrote up an explainer about why they change the way we can build for the web: https://hacks.mozilla.org/2018/11/the-power-of-web-components/
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On mornings when you’re dragging, having multiple Mastodon accounts makes it easy to give yourself a little boost.
Starting a review of a paper and realized I am Reviewer #2 in the review system.
Well, that really changes everything, doesn’t it?
Courtesy Wired on Twitter:
Mozilla, the nonprofit behind the popular Firefox browser, has a finely tuned privacy appraisal of not just toys but dozens of popular holiday gifts—some of which may not rate much better than coal. https://wired.trib.al/5DRErEk
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Comment a friend made, who's at a conference listening to some bro's do their pitch thing:
"Good news—blockchain has apparently rediscovered pgp"
As always, happy to be part of this company.
"Mozilla Reaffirms Commitment to Transgender Equality
As an employer, Mozilla has a long-standing commitment to diversity, inclusion and fostering a supportive work environment. In keeping with that commitment, today we join the growing list of companies publicly opposed to efforts to erase transgender protections through reinterpretation of existing laws and regulations, ..."
Chinese ‘gait recognition’ tech IDs people by how they walk - The Washington Post
I'm looking forward to a little #Overwatch tonight.
Played in a another old Overwatch account; came in above previous SR, up almost 100 after a half dozen games, but it's still going to be a long haul (if ever) to get this puppy out of bronze.
Like with the other account, it's amazing how different it is playing back in Bronze. "combining ults" isn't "a thing" ... giving any warning when you're gonna do a move (Rein charge, monkey lead-in, etc) seems unthinkable. Just a free for all.
I just throw my purple orbs, collect a bit of every kill
Curious about how we (MR team at Mozilla) are approaching security and privacy in our work on #WebXR and #FirefoxReality? (birdsite) @avadacatavra and I outline our thoughts and goals in this new post: https://blog.mozvr.com/principles-of-mixed-reality-permissions/
Researcher in AR/VR/MR/XR/3D/etc etc etc. Dad and Husband. Bagpiper.
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