Dan talks with Ken Fisher, Jane Quigley, Matt Haughey, and Merlin Mann about the ads, ad-blockers, and integrity.
Stern learned about ad-blocking software live on air Tuesday.
We’ve got a panel discussion around ad blocking. Three guests, each on slightly different sides of the debate, join us to talk about the controversial topic of ad and content blockers.
Dan talks with Merlin Mann, Jane Quigley, and Mike Davidson about monetizing the web, generalized blogs vs. niche blogs, filters, and actually caring about your audience.
Sascha Pallenberg wirft Adblock Plus vor, von einem mafiösen Werbenetzwerk gesteuert zu werden.
http://media.blubrry.com/nodogma/p/content.blubrry.com/nodogma/NoDogma_11_Sean_Blanchfield_Part_1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThis is part one of a two part interview with Sean Blanchfield, part two will be published on October 27th.
Discussion with Sean Blanchfield of Page Fair; Demonware, multiplayer networking layer; Scalefront startup incubator, cycling through startup ideas; Page Fair beginnings; innovation life cycle, finding the good idea, determining the size of the market, Sean and I are old!; Destructoid and going viral during a bachelor party(!), popularity of adblockers, popularity by site type, by age; YouTube preroll ads and the spread of blocking, Google ads white listed; non intrusive ads, Page Fair ads can be turned off, click through rates, discrete ads; better ads from Page Fair, competition; The Innovator’s Dilemma, disruptive technology, big companies can’t change, culture in companies; ad blocking on mobile, FireFox on Android supports adblock, adblock browsers are on the way, Adblock Plus app removed from App Store, Disconnect tracker and ad blocking for mobile and desktop; supporting free content through ads, publishers reaction to ad blockers.
Part two goes into the technical workings of Page Fair.
I’ll include Sean’s book recommendations in the post for part two.
Don Melton and Jim Ray join Guy and Rene to talk about “Safari as the new IE”, web standards, and content blockers.
Bitcode is specific to its originally targeted CPU architecture
Bruce Hoult tweet 1, tweet 2
C data types
Data structure alignment
S1 analysis by Chipworks
The (un)likelihood of ARM Macs
Apple’s transition from PowerPC to Intel CPUs
Swift 2 and compiler self-hosting
Mono’s compiler history
Oculus as "the Palm Pilot of VR"
John, his watch, and his nose
Myke was right again
Myke was originally right about the iPhone 6 Plus
Safari Content Blocking API in iOS 9 and El Capitan
WebKit Content Blockers
Session video with John and Marco
Safari View Controller to kill minibrowsers
YouTube ad settings
The ethics of running ad-blockers
AdBlock Plus accepts money from some ad companies whitelisted as Acceptable Ads
John’s Reload Button extension for Safari
TRIM) on non-Apple SSDs
New trimforce command in El Capitan
Casey, John, and Marco attempt to modify their houses.
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