Category Archives: Mozilla

‘Tis the season for Privacy

Holiday decorations

Privacy is important! Thanksgiving and the opening of the season of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, and end-of-the-year holidays in almost any religion and region are near. It’s worth spending some bytes and processor cycles to encourage you to invest your money, vouchers, bonuses, and good thoughts in Privacy-related products.  The surveillance capitalist-supported industry…

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Why I donate and volunteer, and why you can do it yourself.

Hand holding a plate full of tomatoes.

I am sharing a story about donating, volunteering, and supporting the things I believe in to show you that there is something you could do with your skills or financial assets to turn the world in a better direction. It’s not a secret that I donate more than $3000 a year for projects that align…

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How to engage us, developers to use your API.

There are tens of thousands of API’s available. More to come. Most of the companies though, have troubles engaging developers to use them. So I have decided to share a few thoughts and ideas on how you can do that, based on my experience. Design your API well Nobody likes powerful, but not developer-friendly APIs….

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