I do not think "progressive enhancement" means what you think it means.
An almighty furore has kicked off after it was discovered that for months Lenovo has been shipping PCs and laptops with software pre-installed that could compromise your security and privacy.
Read more in my article on the Tripwire blog: http://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/security-data-protection/superfish-lenovo-adware-faq/
Nascar your homepage and soon you'll be expressing 0.16666666 (approx.) of your love to every one of them!
I suspect this is why a good number of carousels exist. From universities to giant retailers, large organizations endure their fair share of politics. And boy does that homepage look like a juicy piece of prime real estate to a roomful of stakeholders. It’s hard to navigate these mini turf wars, so tools like carousels are used as appeasers to keep everyone from beating the shit out of each other.
(I'm going to assume no one is going to say anything stupid enough to inspire me to turn off comments. Please don't prove me wrong.)
A software engineer who used to work a lot with with IPTV and persuading web applications to play nicely with weird browsers and remote controls but has moved on to building systems for putting a friendly face on foreign currency exchange on the WWW.
When not working he likes games, all kinds of games, but preferably ones that involve sitting around a table with other people.
Sometimes he takes photos and publishes them on Flickr
- FairFXSenior Systems Architect, 2015 - present
- FairFXContractor, 2014 - 2015
- RazorfishFreelancer, 2013 - 2013
- Base79Player Developer, 2012 - 2013
- BBCSenior Client Side Developer, 2009 - 2011
- Fairfax Media
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