Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/03/10
Slowly completing my Apple II collection, I wanted to buy an Apple Mouse.
Well, that turns out to be a tad complex, as there are various models that are more or less compatible with some of the Apple computers from the mid 1980s.
Mice aren’t the only problems with old hardware: drives and disks die.
Maybe this is a solution:
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Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/03/09
Ilya Grigorik – Google+ (from Google) shared a link to tldrlegal.com/: TLDRLegal – Software Licenses Explained in Plain English.
Very convenient to have all these licenses in one central places, bot for developers and consumers of software.
He also found why on certain devices (for instance Android Nexus 4) you get a security warning when viewing that site:
the www is missing from the certificate, so http://www.tldrlegal.com is not included in it: Qualys SSL Labs – Projects / SSL Server Test / tldrlegal.com.
For those devices apparently, https://tldrlegal.com redirects to https://www.tldrlegal.com giving the security warning.
On most desktop browsers, you see https://tldrlegal.com perfectly fine.
(I tagged this post with .NET and Delphi because that’s what I used most for Software Development, of course it applies to any kind of software development).
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