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  1. Updated: Mozilla celebrates 1M new non-Gecko users

    Update : Firefox Focus version 7.0 for Android now ships with both WebView and GeckoView. Mozilla have opted for a staged roll-out so only some users will be using GeckoView now but they intend to move all users over to Gecko in the coming months.

  2. Updated: Google Contributor program stops accepting new subscribers

    Update : Webpass.io is now discontinued.

  3. Updated: Reduce the max cookie lifetime from decades to days in Firefox

    Update : The features and settings described in this article have been retired and no longer works as of Firefox 63.

  4. Updated: Host It Yourself: Stop embedding external content on your site

    Update : The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) earlier . The new regulation mandate that websites pay attention to privacy as discussed in this article. I believe this is a positive development! Read some of my newer articles on the GDPR for more information.

  5. Updated: Why I migrated from LastPass to Bitwarden

    Update : Bitwarden no longer includes Google Analytics scripts directly. Please see the 3-months with Bitwarden update for newer information.

  6. Updated: The fabulous USB type-C Simulator app

    Update : The app is no longer available on Google Play.

  7. Updated: What is First-Party Isolation in Firefox and what breaks if you enabled it

    Update : Added information about login issues with extension API.

  8. Updated: What is First-Party Isolation in Firefox and what breaks if you enabled it

    Update : Added information about Pocket login issues.

  9. Updated: Review of laptop stickers and Linux merchandise from Unixstickers

    Update : Unixstickers no longer sells Linux and open source branded merchandise. I’m not aware of any alternatives stores at this time.

  10. Updated: Review: Managed GeoDNS on a budget

    Update : Zilore has raised their prices and GeoDNS is no longer include with their basic service. You can still get GeoDNS starting at 25 USD per month.

  11. Updated: The many URI schemas used by the browsers’ “Reader Views”

    Update : Firefox’s reading list feature has been deprecated in favor of Mozilla’s Pocket reading-list service. The following paragraph is therefor no longer accurate.

  12. Updated: Which CDN providers support stale-while-revalidate?

    Update : KeyCDN now supports asynchronous background revalidation.

  13. Updated: CDNSun, KeyCDN, and BunnyCDN; budget content delivery networks compared

    Update : KeyCDN now supports asynchronous background revalidation.

  14. Updated: Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro review

    Update : It’s been three years and the Yoga 3 Pro haven’t fared too well. Read all about it in my three-years later re-review!

  15. Updated: The many URI schemas used by the browsers’ “Reader Views”

    Update : Almost three years later, the Chrome DOM Distiller finally shipped as an accessibility feature in Chrome 65 but only on Android.

  16. Updated: Amazon Australia seems to prepare for Affiliate Program launch

    Update : The Amazon Australia Affiliate Program was temporarily live and open for registration this month. The website has since gone offline again.

  17. Updated: Amazon Australia seems to prepare for Affiliate Program launch

    Update : The Amazon Australia Affiliate Program is isn’t yet linkable Amazon OneLink.

  18. Updated: Resolving the battle for control over your DNS settings in Debian/Ubuntu

    Update : This article still applies if you’ve updated from an older version of Debian or Ubuntu. However, I’ve since published How to take back control of /etc/resolv.conf on Linux which provides more up to date advice and help in more similar situations. I recommend you read that article instead.

  19. Updated: mDNS and DNS‐SD slowly making their way into Windows 10

    Update : Windows 10 also uses DNS-SD to announce and discover wireless displays (Wi-Fi Direct/P2P/Miracast) on the local network.

  20. Updated: On using Coinhive CAPTCHA instead of reCAPTCHA by Google

    Update : So that was a short-lived experiment. Coinhive CAPTCHA is now blocked everywhere including on DNS and ISP levels so I had to stop using them. Unfortunately, I haven’t found any other alternative CAPTCHA services available with the same level of privacy and ease-of-use on the user. But I’ll keep looking!