Links of the week

A photo of some people partying with a bunch of visual effects on it so it serves as a backdrop to the Spotify logo, which is plastered over the top of the image.

This week Spotify complain about Apple, but also complain about paying song-writers more money. Mozilla also launched a file-sharing service.

Why can’t I set the font size of a visited link? (jameshfisher.com) — I had not even thought that styling a visited link differently could be a security risk. Every day is a school day!

Fancy Text Generator (lingojam.com) — For when normal text isn’t good enough and you want to π“Œπ“‡π’Ύπ“‰π‘’ π–˜π–”π–’π–Šπ–™π–π–Žπ–“π–Œ π•—π•’π•Ÿπ•”π•ͺ.

Firefox Send (Mozilla) — Share files up to 1GB (or 2.5GB if you sign in) with end-to-end encryption and a link that automatically expires.

Spotify launch a marketing campaign to match their “anti-competition” complaint (timetoplayfair.com) — Spotify complained to the European Commission that Apple are being unfair to them. Meanwhile…

Spotify, Google, Pandora, and Amazon go to U.S. Appeals Court to overturn royalty increase (Variety) — Making Apple Music pretty-much the only streaming service to accept a 44% increase in payouts to songwriters.

Not sure if this makes Apple the bad guys Spotify claim them to be?

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