The Brave browser beta has added support for the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a peer-to-peer protocol alternative to the traditional centralized web server.
Why isn’t the Norwegian keyboard layout variant of the official Raspberry Pi keyboard accessory available for sale in Norway? Norway must be its only market.
The Brave browsers blocks the scripts that usually tracks web browser market share trends. I’ve independently measured Brave’s market share among readers.
Cloudflare has launched a new free web analytics/visitor-counting service. It promises to put end-user privacy first. The service has plenty of room to improve.
Chrome intends to remove support for server push; an underutilized performance feature introduced in HTTP/2. It cites low usage and implementation complexity.
Rollerblade-style wheels don’t resist movement and help you stay slightly less inactive while spending hours in your office chair.
Projector bulbs have a limited life-time, and getting hold of them can be difficult. Here are my experience from owning three projectors over the last decade.
The battery on my seven-year-old MacBook Pro 15″ had begun to swell and replacing it myself was way cheaper than via an authorized dealer.
zram-generator’s default configuration is 50% of RAM or 4 GB. You may want to explore increasing these limits if you’re throttled by low memory or swap performance.
Super glue is heat-insulating and shouldn’t be used to attach an aluminum heatsink to thermal hotspots on your Raspberry Pi. Use thermal glue/pads instead.
An automated naming scheme intended to rid the security research field of “sensational names” predictably creates sensational, ambiguous, and suggestive names.
A configuration error made the TeamViewer RPM repository vulnerable to an attacker-in-the-middle substituting TeamViewer with its own GPG keys and software.
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Update (): Chrome has announced plans to remove support for server push.
Update (): This didn’t turn out quite the way I’d envisioned. Chrome has announced plans to remove support for server push.
Update (): Corrected table to reflect that Cloudflare does not support asynchronous background revalidation.
Update (): Both Brave for Linux, macOS, and Windows; and Onion Browser for iOS has added support for Onion-Location. Neither browsers are affiliated with the Tor Project, but can connect to the Tor Onion network.
Update (): The above assumption is no longer the default. Starting with version 33, Fedora no longer creates a swap partition by default, but relies on ZRAM instead. You still need a storage drive backed swap partition as you still can’t swap volatile memory into itself when the system powers down.