You can revoke access to any message sent with Dmail at any time, even after it’s been read.
Sounds interesting. So how to start?
Step I:83 more words
This post originally published on September 22, 2014. We’ve updated it here with new extensions, images, and a Product Hunt collection. There are a few actions I perform over and over again as I work through my social media marketing plan. 8 more words
Google today launched a new extension for Chrome that’s intended to directly help the company improve its browser. It’s called Chrome User Experience Surveys, and the gist is that users with the extension installed will occasionally get a pop up survey in their browser window when something unusual or unintended occurs in their browsing experience; these surveys should typically take less than 2 minutes to complete and are capped at appearing a maximum of four times per week. 163 more words
Sometimes the universe hands you something that you’ve always wanted but don’t know how to ask for. Tomorrow, it may be the secret to obtaining enough pop-tarts to last you a lifetime, but today it’s a… 163 more words
Fess up: You use the same password for multiple web accounts, don’t you?
It’s a bad practice, of course. One account becomes compromised and the rest—well, it’s a sudden game of dominos. 725 more words
I continued to work on PDF.js. This time around I created new events within the viewer API that help better integrate PDF.js with other libraries. 131 more words