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There’s been quite a lot of talk about the changes of terms and conditions Instagram announced to its users. From Januray 16th – Instagram claims rights to use submitted photos as they like.
To be honest, I was very surprised at this reaction… really? Did no one see this coming? Once Facebook bought Instagram – surely this neglect and utter disrespect for ownership was a foregone conclusion, was it not?
If you are using Instagram – it will be worth reading up on this, a few related articles: continue reading ➤
There are times when you just have to love people and their wonderful initiatives for others :)
This is when Twitter shines a light through the mist of noise with stories like this - please make sure to read this article about an OLPC action, giving children in Ethiopia thousands of XO laptops and observing their very first experience with computers.
image © dvice.com
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If you are an avid Facebook user – you might find the following articles an interesting read, to say the least. Via Brian Suda, see tweet below.
Please stand with us now by
1) Telling Microsoft, Mozilla, and Opera not to implement the
-webkit-* vendor prefix, and
2) Pledging to update every site you can to use the other vendor-specific prefixed (and non-prefixed) versions of each
-webkit-* property you find, even if you’re not sure it exists yet.
Together, we can stop this madness.
A petition started by Aaron Gustafson
more on Webstandards.org by Rachel Andrew
An exciting time for the team behind this project, with @nicepaul (nicepaul.com) as creative lead ~ the new government site has opened its doors to the public for testing and feedback. Good luck to the team and your chance to get involved, try it, test it, and share your thoughts :)
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Mozilla Festival on Media, Freedom & the Web
The Mozilla Festival is a three-day gathering of passionate, creative people using the web to bend, hack and reinvent media.
We're solving real problems and building prototypes with talented designers, world-class journalists, resourceful media-makers, and cutting-edge developers.
Media, Freedom and the Web is Mozilla’s second annual innovation festival. Three days of passionate people using the web to bend, hack and reinvent media.
To find out more and to register ~ visit mozillafestival.org.
[image courtesy of mozillafestival.org]