Day: May 20, 2014

  • DuckDuckGo Reimagined & Redesigned

    [DuckDuckGo’s totally-overhauled site looks and feels great.][link] They replaced Google as my default search engine a year or so ago, and I haven’t regretted it for a second. [Here’s how to add them to Safari.][safari] [link]: “DuckDuckGo Reimagined & Redesigned” [safari]: “Adding DuckDuckGo to Safari”

  • These companies spend the most money to kill net neutrality

    [Spoiler alert: Verizon and AT&T spend the most time and effort to kill Net Neutrality, while AOL, Level 3, Google, and Microsoft spent the most in favor of it.][link] [link]: “These companies spend the most money to kill net neutrality”

  • Level3 is without peer, now what to do?

    [Cringely:][link] >The idea here is pretty clear: these five ISPs want to be paid extra for doing the job they are already being paid for. Extra ports are required to handle the current level of traffic and these companies are assuming that when the pain becomes great enough — that’s our pain, by the way…