I've been on #Firefox v100 for a couple of days now, and I should say there are two good things about:
1. It didn't get worse in terms of CPU and RAM usage, UI/UX, add-on support (not a very high bar!)
2. The scroll bar is so damn slick and amazingly out of the way. It is there when you need/want it, and it is out of your way when you don't.
I wish Mozilla was working more making FF customizable instead of the "my way or highway" Gnome style 🙄
@ru I am also using Kagi for the last week or so and it looks really promising. Let's see what will be their pricing model once they go out of beta. I've seen good reviews on Brave search, but I have no personal experience.
@joel I totally agree with @kev. Email is inherently insecure. Even using services such as as ProtonMail or Tutanota, to achieve the advertised security implies that both the sender and the receiver must use the same platform. In my view, its better to use normal IMAP and use different means for transferring sensitive information.
@Mehrad Mostly nay. The fact that these terms are not applicable to humans does not mean that they cannot be used for inanimate things like git branches or hard disks... It looks like we are avoiding the real problems behind those terms when it comes to people, and scrutinize the irrelevant usages.
@twoft I use them both. Besides privacy, it's the bias that bothers me. I like to choose for myself. One day the search engine decides to demote that kind of content and promote that other kind. I believe that DDG also entered that game.
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