ryan at theryanking.com
Tue May 6 14:41:12 PDT 2008
On May 6, 2008, at 1:24 PM, Gordon Oheim wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was just reading a blog about bad use of Photoshop that linked to
> "not-safe-for-work" sites every now and then. Made me wonder if we
> could use a microformat that indicates "non-suitable for work" links
> and the likes? I could imagine a FF plugin that recognizes page
> elements tagged as nsfw and changes their display to none or
> something like that when you are at work. Could also use nsfc (for
> children). Google could crawl this and protect my unborn kids. What
> do you think? Useful?
As Charles also mentioned, there's been discussion of this on the
mailing list before. The short story is this: everyone's work is
different (I've actually had work were I *had* to look at at stuff
which would be NSFW for most), so it wouldn't be very useful to try an
encode a single standard.
If you still want to capture the semantic of "I think this is NSFW"
you could use xFolk or hReview and tag the link as 'nsfw'.
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