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Adam Barth
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Video from +Adam Barth's talk is now up:
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... and you didn't even have to sing!
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I'm happy to announce that Content-Security-Policy 1.0 has reached W3C Candidate Recommendation: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSP/
Abstract. This document defines a policy language used to declare a set of content restrictions for a web resource, and a mechanism for transmitting the policy from a server to a client where the poli...
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cool, will referer=deny be a part of it?
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Two years in the sun turned this black construction paper white.
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These exploits are really impressive.
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That's for sure!
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We played the The Resistance last night. The design is very elegant, and I had a great time. The rules are a bit unclear as to whether publicly provable randomness is permitted. As far as I can tell, that makes a huge difference in the strategy space. We played both ways, and both were fun. If you like the logic of knowledge and board games, this one is a winner.

http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/41114/the-resistance
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Enforcing publicly provable randomness sounds much less fun to me! I want to be able to infer spyhood by who people choose to go on missions with. I've only gotten to play The Resistance a handful of times -- I'm glad to hear that another group likes it!
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Thanks to +Andrew Bortz, I now have a scale-model ABARTH 500!
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Bellissima FIAT 500 ABARTH. Ciao. Paolo
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The HTML Standard is an amazing labor of love.
 
Today we reached revision 8000 of the HTML standard. We started tracking revisions in March 2006, about two years after we started work on HTML in the WHATWG, which itself was about 6 months after we first started the work on updating HTML (when we first started, we called the work "XForms Basic", because we were trying to show that you could do much of what XForms did, by just extending plain old HTML — that work eventually made it into the forms section of the current HTML standard).

That's an average of three checkins a day, every day, for over seven years! That's what progress looks like. :-) Some checkins are trivial one-character typo fixes, some, like today's r8000, are big multi-thousand-line diffs (r8000 integrates the new <template> element into HTML, based on a proposal by Rafael (of Google) and Tony (of Microsoft), and implemented already in Chrome and Firefox).

As of right now my metrics tell me there's 1199 feedback e-mails remaining to process, and 156 bugs. So still lots of work to do.
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Slides from my +SFHTML5 Content-Security-Policy talk this past Thursday:
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+Adam Barth has put together a great presentation walking through the internals of WebKit (and WebCore especially) in broad strokes. It's a very nice high-level overview, and really well worth reading through.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/pub?id=1ZRIQbUKw9Tf077odCh66OrrwRIVNLvI_nhLm2Gi__F0
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Observing the transit of Venus.
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I was surprised by how well this worked.  You could even see sun spots on the projection.
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You mean like Apple on iOS?
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I work on the security of the Chrome browser at Google by contributing to open-source projects including WebKitChromium, and Firefox. I'm fairly active in web standards, both at the W3C and at the IETF.  In my spare time, I climb rocks, dance swing, and eat brunch.

You can find me most weekdays as abarth on #webkit on irc.freenode.net. You can learn more about me at my home page.
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