Tag: Technical

  • Two practical website privacy topics

    Two practical website privacy topics

    Graeme Johnston and James Friel / 15 February 2022 We published a short article recently about how to establish a conveniently administered website with modern graphics but no cookies. Quite a few people have told us they found it useful. This article covers two more practical privacy-related topics we had to address. They’re not unique to […]

  • Rough notes on open source concepts

    Rough notes on open source concepts

    Graeme Johnston / 29 December 2021 I prepared these notes on “open source” and related concepts for my own purposes, as an attempt to cut through the complexity of this topic. They’re not very profound, but as the topic often seems to be misunderstood, I thought I’d publish them as a very simple introduction to […]

  • A farewell to cookies

    A farewell to cookies

    Graeme Johnston / 23 December 2021 Some questions asked to me the other day: Q: Why doesn’t your site have a cookie banner? A: Because we don’t use cookies. Q: Why not? My answer to that second question seemed to interest the questioner. This post summarises the points, in case anyone else finds it interesting […]

  • Building an easily updated, cookie-free website with modern graphics

    Building an easily updated, cookie-free website with modern graphics

    James Friel / 02 December 2021 Looking round the new Juralio website, you’re probably thinking “wow, what a beautiful and informative website, I wonder what website building platform they used”. The truth is, while we solve wonderfully interesting and technical problems inside Juralio, this site you’re on right now is running on a self-hosted WordPress […]