@matthewbischoff I always say this to people who want to build software products and complain that "everything has been done already".
PSA - Brave "privacy" browser is malware Show more
first, they sold exceptions to privacy tracking to Facebook and Twitter, now it comes out they've got a header override that allows them to set header exceptions on demand.
don't use this garbage.
Medium has overstayed its welcome. Time to move on. https://write.as/blog/ending-our-medium-integration
When you switch to DuckDuckGo, you might think, "But WADDLE I do to get totally away from Google?"
Beyond search and tracker blocking, check out our list of private alternatives worth considering for email, messaging, and more: https://spreadprivacy.com/how-to-remove-google/
Think about how many times in a day on the Web you click “I agree” when you really don’t agree just so you can get on with your day and use an everyday thing.
This is not how consent is supposed to work.
@Gargron “you’re more than a data point for online advertisers. _Toot_ your way out. Joinmastodon.org”
Happy AGDQ 2019! https://www.twitch.tv/gamesdonequick
@TheGnuMaster Thanks for the tip, I wasn't aware of these two!
@zw This makes me respect the effort Microsoft is putting into their iOS apps even more. Being the underdog is good.
@zw The designer probably had only one or two table rows in their mock. The developer was too lazy to bring it up. The product owner had a deadline they promised to the stakeholders.
@aral Lovely. The only reason I’m keeping my Google account around is YouTube.