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January 27 2011

Four short links: 27 January 2011

  1. Mozilla Home Dash -- love this experiment in rethinking the browser from Mozilla. They call it a "browse-based browser" as opposed to "search-based browser" (hello, Chrome). Made me realize that, with Chrome, Google's achieved a 0-click interface to search--you search without meaning to as you type in URLs, you see advertising results without ever having visited a web site.
  2. Periodic Table of Google APIs -- cute graphic, part of a large push from Google to hire more outreach engineers to do evangelism, etc. The first visible signs of Google's hiring binge.
  3. NFC in the Real World (Dan Hill) -- smooth airline checkin with fobs mailed to frequent fliers.
  4. XSS Prevention Cheat Sheet (OWASP) -- HTML entity encoding doesn't work if you're putting untrusted data inside a

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