Heard Around the Web, February 5th Edition

This week is focused more on storing and viewing content on the web:   Ars Technica’s Matthew Francis following up on Facebook’s ‘accidental’ data retention: …photos that users thought they “deleted” from the social network months or even years ago remain accessible via direct link. This is a great read for anyone who relies on …

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Heard Around the Web

Just to get this blog going, I’ll try to do bite-sized weekly posts with things I liked around the web (or TV, or anywhere else really). In no particular order:   That was definitely a realization, like learning with Chuck and Sarah  that this show was a romance as opposed to simply a fish out …

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A Review of Mozilla Thunderbird 5.0

  The latest version of Thunderbird, the desktop email client by Firefox’s parent company Mozilla was released recently. It is one of the few actively developed desktop email clients these days, and as such makes an interesting case study. In this review I’ll look at the notable changes in the latest version of Thunderbird and …

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