google, innovation, technology

amp – accelerated mobile pages

accelerated mobile pages is an open-source standard for any publisher to load pages quickly on mobile devices, supported browser currently are

amp2

amp3google added the ability to the amp header that makes it possible to open or copy the non-amp link, also load a webpage as non-amp with this noamp app

some web developers have expressed concern that google is getting too much say in how the web operates.

@firstpost

the intelligence spreading further with gmail integration, other mail provider can adopt amp as well – a price tag is always up to date, no matter when you open the mail or enter feedback without opening the browser

update: development of a new accelerated Mobile pages (amp) component enabling publishers to acquire user consent is underway and accepting comments.

general, innovation

better veil mit privacy

veil is a system to make private browsing more private – wang, an mit graduate student, said:

…the fundamental problem is that [the browser] collects this information, and then the browser does its best effort to fix it. But at the end of the day, no matter what the browser’s best effort is, it still collects it…

it doesn’t require any modification on the browser, because it doesn’t rely on browsers – a compiler can create a veil version of a site

mitveil was presented at the network and distributed systems security symposium or read at mit news