Brave browser seems to protect our privacy the most

I’ve been curious about the Brave browser for a little while now, and I’ve switched to Brave for any Chromium-based browser stuff I do (testing, browsing on sites that don’t support Firefox, and so on). I found this Ars Technica post interesting. They summarise a study into browsers and privacy, and found that Brave probably…… Continue reading Brave browser seems to protect our privacy the most

Exploring the Brave browser

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A few of my colleagues have been raving about the relatively new, Chromium-based Brave browser lately, so I decided to try it out. I initially didn’t pay much attention because I’m pretty happy using Firefox as my primary browser. That said, I like a browser that blocks tracker crud on the Web, so I thought…… Continue reading Exploring the Brave browser

The original WorldWideWeb browser has been revived … in your modern browser

The WorldWideWeb browser

This is an awesome project: In December 1990, an application called WorldWideWeb was developed on a NeXT machine at The European Organization for Nuclear Research (known as CERN) just outside of Geneva. This program – WorldWideWeb — is the antecedent of most of what we consider or know of as “the web” today.In February 2019, in…… Continue reading The original WorldWideWeb browser has been revived … in your modern browser