Yearly Archives: 2013

How to conditionally display variables with EJS

Short version: <%= user.name ? user.name : ” %> When using EJS as a template language, it can be a bit of a mystery how to concisely display variables if and only if they are defined. For example, if you … Continue reading

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Destroying contract law: CISPA violates more than privacy

Don’t let Congress undermine our best free market tool for fixing our relationships with companies. The US House of Representatives just passed a bill (CISPA, aka HR264) that explicitly allows companies to ignore their privacy agreements in the name of … Continue reading

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Google sees the value of Free Customers

This is fascinating: http://www.adweek.com/news/technology/google-bringing-trueview-ads-apps-games-147558 Google has an ad program on YouTube that let’s users skip ads and they are now extending it to other ad formats. Even though it is the same old advertising game–something that could use some fixing–what’s … Continue reading

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