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Why, Oh, WiFi?

I have have no WiFi.

So for the next however-long-it-will-take-to-resolve-this-Frontier-account-fiasco, this will be my relationship with my computer:

My high score so far is 2418. 37 more words


A Homeless and Root-Less Project

The Breakfast Club at Dock House was much the same as it has been all week with the same faces and myself, Ash and Dave serving the food and drink as usual. 475 more words

Dock House

Adobe Flash is notoriously both resource intensive and ubiquitous on the web, which hasn’t helped the open web survive in the consumer shift to mobile devices that have smaller screens and processors. 253 more words


Chrome Dev 46.0.2490.6

Chrome Dev 46.0.2490.6

New Download : Chrome Dev 46.0.2490.6

Chrome Dev 46.0.2490.6

Google Chrome Dev (Developer) is a freeware web browser developed by Google. It used the WebKit layout engine until version 27 and, with the exception of its iOS releases, from version 28 and beyond uses the WebKit fork Blink. 29 more words


Google Chrome Will Block Flash Ads, Auto-Playing Videos Starting Sept. 1

If you hate the blast of noise and music that hits your ears every time an auto-playing video unexpectedly goes off on a web page you’ve just opened, rejoice: Google Chrome will be blocking all Adobe Flash content deemed not central to a web page starting Sept. 256 more words

Geek Squeaks (#2015-19) – View And Control Your Android Device From Your Computer — and MORE FREE STUFF

View And Control Your Android Device From Your ComputerVysor is a Google Chrome extension that is currently in beta (testing) that allows you to mirror (and control) your Android device (smartphone or tablet) from your Windows based computer. 494 more words


Nightcap - August 27

Google Chrome and 3D printing are discussed in The Nightcap – Radar