Tagged: web

Protecting your Web - misc.ience

Aimee Whitcroft Feb 29, 2012

What a mad day.  I’ve been happily tweeting/Facebooking/Google Plussing these links today, and figured I should just get it over and point to them in a brief blog post. This post will cover protecting your web browsing habits, tracking who’s tracking you, and how to better encrypt your traffic. So, yes.  First things first. Your [...] … Read More

Meanwhile, in the Real World… - MacDoctor

Jim McVeagh Dec 05, 2010

Tucked in a corner of the Herald on Sunday in this little gem. Rights salvo fired at Slingshot It could be dubbed the Slingshot law. Consumer organisations have singled out the company while asking the Government to force phone and internet companies to a scheme designed to protect customer rights. And the Government has signalled [...] Related posts: … Read More

So what is an API and why does it matter that Trade Me just released one? - Seeing Data

Chris McDowall Sep 30, 2010

This afternoon Trade Me announced the release of their developer application programming interface (API). This is really cool news … but why? An API is a set of programming instructions and standards that enable different software applications to interact. Hmmm …. that’s the sort of description that probably only makes sense to people who already … Read More

Consumer Doctors - MacDoctor

Jim McVeagh Jul 26, 2010

Found this in my e-mail today Hi Jim, I remember reading a while ago that you thought a medical ratings website might be a good idea. Well found this on trademe forum the other day, looks like its going to be a reality? http://www.medrate.co.nz Thanks Steve Sadly for Steve, I am generally not that much in favour of medical [...] Related posts: … Read More