Opera re-releases new builds for Linux desktop users after dropping support for one year during the Presto–Chromium transition.
Nintendo is discontinuing support for games for the Nintendo Wii, and I fume over vendor lock-ins and other consumer-hostile practices in the game industry.
Plugin uses open-source text-to-speech syntheses to automatically generate a podcast from your Nikola-powered blog posts.
I’ve taken note of how few of the websites for my local restaurants include any allergy and special dietary needs information on their online menus.
Don’t rely on third-party hosts like YouTube and embedded widgets create privacy risks for your visitors. Host it yourself!
MacOS has a weird default browser plug-in that loads itself into all web browsers. Apple uses the plugin to monitor what web browsers people are using.
Office apps support different file formats depending on your operating system. They don’t interoperate with each other. Here’s a format comparison.
Opera 15 removed a lot of unique browser features. Here’s how to get some of them back using replacement web apps.
My new Opera extension lets you share the current page by email at the press of a toolbar button.
Preserve your Nikola blog posts for the future by automatically submitting new posts to the Internet Archive.
Improve your online privacy and get exposed to new things by randomizing which search engine you for all your searches. Powered by an extension for Opera.
My keyboard has a detachable Micro-USB connector, and I love it! It makes it so easy to quickly charge and connect my other devices.