Let’s go for my web review for the week 2021-51.

The metaverse has a groping problem already

Tags: tech, facebook, metaverse, ethics

Well… that didn’t last long before such disgusting behaviors appeared there. Now will companies seriously tackle the issues? Or will it be the same joke as content moderation on Facebook?

Google’s Manifest V3 Still Hurts Privacy, Security, and Innovation

Tags: tech, web, browser, google, mozilla

Or why browser monoculture is bound to become more and more of an issue. Sad to see Mozilla’s weak response to this move. Can’t bite the hand that feeds I guess.

MS Teams: 1 feature, 4 vulnerabilities | Positive Security

Tags: tech, microsoft, security

Well… I already didn’t trust it much before, now this is getting really concerning.

Linux Has Grown Into A Viable PC Gaming Platform And The Steam Stats Prove It

Tags: tech, valve, linux, gaming

It’s just amazing how much Valve has accomplished for the gaming ecosystem on Linux.

Introducing fuite: a tool for finding memory leaks in web apps

Tags: tech, web, frontend, memory, debugging

Since the tooling is still far from great for web frontend memory analysis, it’s nice to see some effort there.

A Whole Website in a Single HTML File

Tags: tech, web, frontend, css, html

Now this is indeed a very clever CSS trick!

My productivity app is a single .txt file

Tags: productivity, low-tech

Interesting, simple productivity system.

Planning for Momentum - Increment

Tags: tech, project-management, estimates, planning

This is a good piece. Killing all planning is indeed not a good thing. Setting plans in stone wasn’t a good thing either, it’s no reason to go to the other extreme.

Bye for now!