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Tim Bray Joins Google

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Tim Bray, on joining Google as a “developer advocate”, specifically relishing the competition between Android and iPhone: The iPhone vision of the mobile Internet’s future omits controversy, sex, and freedom, but includes strict limits on who can know what and who can say what. It’s a sterile Disney-fied walled garden...
Tim Bray Joins Google

Web guru Tim Bray takes Google Android job

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The co-inventor of XML likes Google's philosophy overall, and especially how it applies to competing against the 'Disney-fied walled garden' of Apple's iPhone....
Web guru Tim Bray takes Google Android job

Google Play services launches to help developers integrate Google properties like G+ into their apps

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Google has launched a new Google Play services platform that is designed to help developers integrate other Google services like Google+ into their apps. The services platform is a combination of a client that developers include in their app and a services component that runs on Android devices. The services...
Google Play services launches to help developers integrate Google properties like G+ into their apps

Use Sophos antivirus? Watch out

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Tim Bray notes a post on Neohapsis: A working exploit for Sophos 8.0.6 on Mac is available, however the techniques used in the exploit easily transfer to Windows and Linux, due to multiple critical implementation flaws described in the paper. Testcases for the other flaws described in the paper are available on...
Use Sophos antivirus? Watch out
Google working on an integrated OnePassword type service?

Googler Urges Boycott Of Amazon Over Pricing (GOOG, AMZN)

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Tim Bray, co-inventor of XML and former director of Web technologies at Sun Microsystems, is now one of the more public faces for Google. He's pretty sawed-off at Amazon at the moment, and he's urging readers of his personal blog to boycott Amazon.  He explains why on his personal blog,...
Googler Urges Boycott Of Amazon Over Pricing (GOOG, AMZN)
Google's Tim Bray drafts new HTTP status code for censorship

Web guru Tim Bray takes Google Android job (Stephen Shankland/CNET News)

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Web guru Tim Bray takes Google Android job (Stephen Shankland/CNET News)

The Oracle Effect: Sun's Best and Brightest Move On to New Places

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What is the effect of the Oracle acquisition of Sun Microsystems on cloud computing? Well, there have been quite a few if you look at where Sun's best and brightest have moved on to in the past few months. Tim Bray is the latest Sun star to move on. You...
The Oracle Effect: Sun's Best and Brightest Move On to New Places

Apple vs. Google gets personal: "Steve Jobs simply hates Eric Schmidt" (video)

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Nothing sells papers (or ads) like turning a little corporate competition into something personal. Case in point, a New York Times piece from the weekend titled "Apple's Spat With Google Is Getting Personal," that opened with this rather ominous, one-sentence paragraph: "It looked like the beginning of a beautiful...
Apple vs. Google gets personal: "Steve Jobs simply hates Eric Schmidt" (video)

Google Developer Drafts a New Code To Let You Know When Sites Have Been Censored

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With all the court-ordered censorship of file-sharing sites like The Pirate Bay and MegaUpload, Google's Tim Bray has decided your standard 403 status code just won't do. As the Verge reports, Mr. Bray, who co-invented XML and now works as a developer advocate for Android, is submitting a draft for...
Google Developer Drafts a New Code To Let You Know When Sites Have Been Censored

Web guru Tim Bray takes Google Android job. http://r2.ly/2p8z

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Web guru Tim Bray takes Google Android job. http://r2.ly/2p8z

Truth In Erroring: IETF Proposal Includes New 451 Censorship Error Code

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As nations around the world work to chip away at the liberated internet for such compelling reasons as "um, children!", or "um, cyberwar!", or even "um, piracy!", all while lambasting other countries for censorship mind you, the general population may still be shrugging their shoulders in confusion. One reason for...
Truth In Erroring: IETF Proposal Includes New 451 Censorship Error Code

Google's Tim Bray on three years at Google and the downside 'if Google becomes evil'

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Tim Bray turns 3 at Google this week. His post on his time is a thoughtful one. On Google turning evil for real: Being Evil · There’s no there there. Near as I can tell three years in, Google really wants you to be online all the time (signed in if...
Google's Tim Bray on three years at Google and the downside 'if Google becomes evil'

Tim Bray on the iPhone vision

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XML co-inventor Tim Bray, on leaving Sun to be Google's Android developer advocate: "The iPhone vision of the mobile Internet's future omits controversy, sex, and freedom, but includes strict limits on who can know what and who can say what. It's a sterile Disney-fied walled garden surrounded by sharp-toothed lawyers....
Tim Bray on the iPhone vision

Google planning on an integrated "OnePassword type of service"?

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It’s been like 3 months since I blogged or tweeted about what I’m getting paid for. Too long.— Tim Bray (@timbray) September 17, 2012 Google employee Tim Bray has been known for making awesome tweets from his personal Twitter account regarding issues happening at the company. Today, Bray took to...
Google planning on an integrated "OnePassword type of service"?
Google developer hints that site log-ins could soon be a thing of the past

Tim Bray, internet trailblazer, seeks to eliminate usernames and passwords

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Tim Bray, the Googler most famous for his prior role in editing the XML language, has set his eyes on a new challenge: eradicating usernames and passwords, at least as we know them today, from the Internet. Bray, who landed at Google in 2010 as an evangelist for the...
Tim Bray, internet trailblazer, seeks to eliminate usernames and passwords

Google’s KeyChain API makes Android more attractive for the enterprise

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Google has been working to ease manageability issues for Android developers focusing on enterprise environments, and now with ICS (Android 4.0), a new KeyChain API should help break down a few barriers that have previously made Android less than compatible with the corporate world. Of course, the average user and...
Google’s KeyChain API makes Android more attractive for the enterprise

Error 451: A Proposed Change To Web Standards Would Make Bradbury’s Story Denote Censored Content

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Google employee and creator of XML, Tim Bray, has proposed a new error message for the web. Rather than hiding censored websites behind a generic 403 error – “the server understood the request, but is refusing to fulfill it” – these websites would return 451 – “Unavailable For Legal Reasons.”...
Error 451: A Proposed Change To Web Standards Would Make Bradbury’s Story Denote Censored Content

★ This Apple-HTC Patent Thing

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There are two aspects surrounding Apple’s patent litigation against HTC that demand further consideration. First, the severe problems with the U.S. patent system as a whole, particularly with regard to software patents. Second, the strategic implications of Apple’s decision to file suit. Smart writers with first-hand experience with software patents...
★ This Apple-HTC Patent Thing

Judge orders Google, Oracle to disclose payments made to bloggers

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Disclosure: I was in the pay of Google throughout the Oracle litigation.But <sob> I couldn’t say anything. — Tim Bray (@timbray) August 7, 2012 A judge ruled today that Google and Oracle must disclose any payments made to Internet authors, journalists, or bloggers for published commentary related to the Google vs. Oracle lawsuit...
Judge orders Google, Oracle to disclose payments made to bloggers

Google: Android Won't Share Personal Info With Apps Unless You Let It

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In response to the uproar over how mobile iOS applications have had access to address-book data without having to inform the user, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) was all too happy to confirm Wednesday that its development model for Android applications makes it impossible to share personal data with an app...
Google: Android Won't Share Personal Info With Apps Unless You Let It

Google discloses paid bloggers to judge in Oracle case, lists Stanford prof. Mark Lemley as 'outside counsel'

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Earlier this month we told you that a judge in the Google/Oracle case ordered the companies to disclose any payments it made to journalists, bloggers, and other members of media who made commentary or reported on the lawsuit. While even at the time it was no secret, with paid blogger...
Google discloses paid bloggers to judge in Oracle case, lists Stanford prof. Mark Lemley as 'outside counsel'

ongoing by Tim Bray · HTML5 and the Web

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Let’s Do Scenarios · What’s the best thing that could happen? Some widely-interoperable dialect of HTML5 becomes broadly usable quicker than expected, and we get decent tooling around it quicker than expected, and the nature of the devices evolves slowly enough so as not to outpace heavyweight browser technology....
ongoing by Tim Bray · HTML5 and the Web

Tim Bray on the Style of the HTML5 Spec

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Tim Bray on the Style of the HTML5 Spec

A Faster Emulator with Better Hardware Support

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[This post is by Xavier Ducrohet and Reto Meier of the Android engineering team. — Tim Bray.]The Android emulator is a key tool for Android developers in building and testing their apps. As the power and diversity of Android devices has grown quickly, it’s been hard for the emulator keep...
A Faster Emulator with Better Hardware Support

Ex-Sun man Bray takes on paranoid Android role at Google

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Disses Apple iPhone's 'Disney-fied walled garden' XML co-inventor and languages expert Tim Bray has taken a job at Google just a month after he left Sun Microsystems Oracle.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing...
Ex-Sun man Bray takes on paranoid Android role at Google

Google rolls out OAuth 2.0 support for Gmail and other IMAP/SMTP, XMPP services

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OAuth 2.0 support is now available for IMAP/SMTP and XMPP. googledevelopers.blogspot.com/2012/09/adding…— Google Developers (@googledevs) September 17, 2012 Earlier we reported on hints from Google employee Tim Bray that the company might be working on an integrated password and login solution. We know Bray is working on OAuth and OpenID-related projects,...
Google rolls out OAuth 2.0 support for Gmail and other IMAP/SMTP, XMPP services

In pursuit of root

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Tim Bray asks how to root the Nexus One. The process is a bit complicated, but (unlike most other Android phones) it does not rely on exploiting security holes. Android and Me has a great tutorial, so I won’t repeat them here. The key is in step 1, the fastboot...
In pursuit of root
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?