I generally use my Monday blog posts to develop a series on a theme that can't be handled by one or two posts. Two months ago I suspended a series on 'Going Mobile', last seen in
- 2015-06-15: Going Mobile : CFAA Site
to explore 'Early Chess on the Internet'. This was first covered in
then expanded to a half-dozen more specific posts on chess engines:-
- 2015-06-22: Origin of 'Chess Engine'
- 2015-06-29: Searching for Fritz
- 2015-07-06: Computer Chess in the Early 1990s
- 2015-07-13: Deep Thought/Blue in the Early 1990s
- 2015-07-20 'The Chips Are Down!'
- 2015-08-03: Early Computer Chess Ratings
Now I have to return to the same sort of web site maintenance that I did for the 'Going Mobile' series, once again dictated by Google policies.
Dear Publisher, We want to let you know about a new policy about obtaining EU end-users' consent that reflects regulatory and best practice guidance. It clarifies your duty to obtain end-user consent when you use products like Google AdSense, DoubleClick for Publishers, and DoubleClick Ad Exchange.
'EU' stands for 'European Union', where I happen to reside, giving me a second reason to pay attention. If you search on one of the phrases from that excerpt, e.g. 'We want to let you know about a new policy', you'll find plenty of discussion on the subject.