Greetings, dear readers! I read an article on PCWorld (source here) about a proposal penned by a Google dev that suggests a new HTTP status code for a webpage that’s been censored. (HTTP status codes you may know include “404 File not found” or “500 Internal server error”, one I’m sure you know if you write for Triond!) The suggested error code is none other than “451 Unavailable for legal reasons”, the number of the postulated error code being a tip of the digital hat to the late Ray Bradbury’s Farenheit 451, a 1953 book about a future where censorship is the norm. (451 degrees farenheit is the flashpoint temperature of paper, when books burn.) I like this idea, myself. More disclosure on chilling effects could not possibly be a bad thing.