You may have heard the buzz a little while back about how Facebook now allows users to select “HTTPS-Only” mode which forced Facebook to run over SSL. This is good news for users, but has a pretty big impact on developers, some of which I mentioned here. We knew that
I’ve been out at SXSW for the past few days, and QR codes abound. Every telephone pole is papered with them, people walking on the street have QR codes on their shirts, with clever text below it prompting you to scan them. I’m a big fan of the idea of
As the number of scams and malware threats increase on Facebook and Twitter, it can be hard to keep track of what’s legitimate and what’s not anymore in a way that is in plain-English for non-techies, who are arguably the ones who need this information the most.