Seriously, if you own a website, and need to include certain terms just for SEO reasons, please don't just stick them in the copy without checking it at least makes grammatical sense. It comes across as jarring and causes people (well, me) to look elsewhere.
Its not a bad point, but literally every technology's ability to make creating horse porn easier is directly equivalent to its ability to make literally anything else. If "does it make it easier to create illegal stuff" is your value metric, then we should just kill the internet.
As the experience of using the web becomes increasingly unpleasant in the name of preventing bots from accessing websites, it'd really be nice to know the reason why it's such a bad thing to have bots accessing websites anyway. Or has the cure become worse than the disease?
keswickmrt.org.uk/rescue/crow-pa… "This is the second callout in 3 days (and there have been others) when the W3W location has been close enough to be believable but wrong enough to be useless. W3W should not be relied upon on its own."
1) IKEA have a knowledge graph of all of their products, with a proper ontology, in a git repo so they can do easy version control 2) The £5 IKEA Lack coffee table can be easily converted into a 19" equipment rack
"One of the men believed to be involved ... wearing t-shirt, black jeans and white trousers." So were the trousers on top of the jeans, or the other way round? Maybe the trousers were on his head? Come on, Echo, we could be missing vital information here! dailyecho.co.uk/news/20681776.…
Police tweet. Local paper writes article about tweet, adding no extra value. Paper then tweets a link to their own article. Now the police (who wrote the tweet) have retweeted the tweet about the article about the tweet that they tweeted. My head hurts. #journalism
Ever wondered why we (& others) bang on about the importance of curation when working with NHS EHR data? Ever thought, surely it’s easy to work out who has eg diabetes? Then please enjoy this wonderful insight into the brilliance & madness of SNOMED codes lucymarmitchell.medium.com/the-weird-and-…
Why are people attacking money saving expert Martin Lewis' wealth? Personally I like taking advice from someone who's obviously good at managing their personal finances. If the man was up to his neck in debt I'd be a bit more skeptical about his money saving credentials.
As a… – user I want to… – prove I am not a robot by training a robot to become less like a robot so that… – the more I train the robot, the more fucking painful it gradually becomes to prove that I am not a robot
The switchover at hybrid online/offline conferences is weird. Multiple speakers sharing/unsharing their screen when that screen contains a copy of the video conferencing software produces an effect I'm going to refer to as "Teams-Inception".
For me, as someone who doesn't particularly enjoy watching sport, I can still get behind the recent surge in popularity of women's football. For example: I'm amazed by the vast number of ways there are to incorrectly spell the word "lionesses" on chalkboards outside pubs.