Chris Seibold’s new O’Reilly book, the “Big Book of Apple Hacks,” is now available. While I haven’t seen it quite yet, I am familiar with at least one portion of the book: My blog post on User-Initiated Privacy for Web Applications is included.
This contribution describes a simple way for end users to maintain the privacy of their personal data when using web applications. Page Axe is a small program for Mac OS X that offers this, but the idea is not platform-specific.
I’m looking forward to see what else is in the book!