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Firefox: We talk a lot about privacy at Lifehacker, specifically about how your activities are tracked on the web and what you can do to stop it . If you're still on the fence or not convinced that the issue is as widespread as it is, Collusion is a Firefox extension that will show you in real time which sites are tracking you, where you picked up their tracking cookies, and what they can see. Collusion provides a visual, interactive map of tracking services you've interacted with and the sites you visited with the tracking cookies and scripts on them. Installing Collusion doesn't require a restart, and once installed, the add-on opens a tab and begins to draw a map of how you're being tracked as you browse the web.
The internet can bring you a lot of joy, but it can also turn into a world of pain the moment you make one stupid mistake. Perhaps you've been feeding the trolls, using "password" as your password, or selling your soul for access to a "free" web app. Your dumb mistakes can come back to bite you in the ass if you aren't careful. Here's how you can save yourself from yourself online. Title image remixed from an original by Konstantin Maslak (Shutterstock) .
by Rick Broida Click to view Last week we took a big step toward improving your MP3 collection by leveling the track volume . Now it's time to focus on album art , which is less of a practical improvement and more of a fun one. Indeed, there's something to be said for eyeballing an album cover when you play a song.
Par Korben Vu que vous êtes tous en train de vous amuser sur notre serveur Minecraft , je me suis dit que vous aimeriez peut être garder un petit souvenir (physique) de vos oeuvres dans le jeu ?! Et bien, maintenant c'est possible avec Mineways , un petit soft qui permet d'extraire une construction ou un relief (montagne, village...etc) de Minecraft, pour obtenir un fichier 3D (VRML, OBJ, STL) capable d'être utilisé par une imprimante 3D ! Magique non ?
In Gary Shteyngart's 2010 novel Super Sad True Love Story , ordinary Americans are glued to superpowered iPhone-like devices while authority figures monitor their every move. Two newly released research papers on the Internet's future, it seems, prove the author did a good job of predicting things.
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