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The chromium team is currently experimenting with a brand new way for site owners to diagnose site or network problems more easily. The idea is that the browser will upload error reports periodically to site owners that requested it for certain resources they own.

While the chromium team is still working out the standard, the initial version of the Domain Reliability Monitoring¹ implementation is going to be hard-coded for some Google sites to spot practical issues sooner, before hopefully becoming part of the Navigation Error Logging² API.

In the mean time, if you want to be part of the experiment, you simply have to run the last chromium build with the --enable-domain-reliability switch³ and go to the chrome://domain-reliability-internals page to see all websites that are pre-configured to receive error reports when they fail to load.

¹ https://docs.google.com/document/d/14U0YA4dlzNYciq2ke0StEMjomdBUN6ocSt1kN03HJ0s/edit
² https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/webperf/raw-file/tip/specs/NavigationErrorLogging/Overview.html
³ http://www.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/run-chromium-with-flags

Source: https://codereview.chromium.org/571973002
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+Harshil Mathur see this
If you want your site to be in Chrome's HSTS preload list (aka, default to HTTPS), submit it here: http://bit.ly/1oq7JG0 - note that Firefox and Safari include Chrome's preload list... 3 for the price of 1! Great deal.

To learn more about HSTS: http://chimera.labs.oreilly.com/books/1230000000545/ch04.html#_http_strict_transport_security_hsts
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Such amazing pics! Wish I had seen these in biology class. Might have created better interest back then :)
extreme close up of human eyes.
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The Linux I/O Stack Diagram
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These 10 Corporations Control Almost Everything You Buy .

This chart shows that most products we buy are controlled by just a few companies. It’s called “The Illusion of Choice.” Despite a wide array of brands to choose from, it all comes back to the big guys.
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