Clay Shirky delivers a clear and cogent history and explanation of PIPA/SOPA, walking through through both the intent and what the ramifications of the bill and how it changes the entire legal system under which websites operate.
EFF highlights some of the largest sites that participated in the SOPA/PIPA blackout.
The pictures provide a really good sense of what is going on.
This is a really compelling argument as to why unplanned wireless mesh networks won’t work at scale.
One of the great big problems on the web today is how to make money from publishing content (if your end goal is making money from content).
Yeah for Net Neutrality, boo for my State Senator being the one who introduced this resolution.
It would be quite depressing not to have those resources available, Dive Into HTML5 was "the" online resource for HTML5.
How about the uncertainty for businesses to know if next month they’ll have to pay fees to not have their sites arbitrarily slowed down?
Can’t say I’m that shocked Google has been doing really awesome work with Chrome.