100 Days to Privacy Online: Day 7 – Self-Destructing Cookies Plugin

Cookies are small pieces of data a website sends to your browser to store information. It is typically used to save preferences or show you are logged into your account for example. But many cookies persist on your system and can reveal information about you and your browsing habits. Self-Destructing Cookies can automate the removal […]

Speeding Up Your Linux Desktop

For some time I have been using Ubuntu as my desktop distribution.  Recently even though my computer is quite powerful I have run into issues of slow going. The first thing I did was change to using Google Chrome for my daily browsing and Firefox as my backup browser for certain things.  This has helped […]

What Chrome is Lacking

I use Linux (Ubuntu) as my desktop and have used some flavor of Linux as my desktop for many years now. Most of this time I have used Firefox as my main browser. Recently I have started using Chrome as well as a secondary browser in order to see if I like it more. There […]