Other terrible, horrible, no good very bad ideas include toolbars that fly out on page load and pop ups that ask you to read some message that i completely ignored while I tried to hit the 12x12px 'X' button in its top right corner.
Otherwise, great article. I need to remember to click that new Safari 'Reader' button.
Yeah, I added the site to adblock after I saw that popup. Not cool. If I like your blog, I'll remember to promote it on my own. Now all I remember about the blog is that the author is a douche that reads too many "you should follow me on twitter" articles.
Heh, I guess what "you're likely thinking of" depends on your frame. I haven't thought of that xauth in years ... never occurred to me that someone might decide all of a sudden to start bashing it today.
> John Panzer's take on the XAuth project is pretty much spot-on. It's not that XAuth is what anyone wants for the ultimate answer in this space. > Rather, XAuth is a short-term way of pushing for any momentum in this direction.
> There are a number of companies leading it, btw: