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8bitdash
[n8kowald]
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/31/17

‘per application rule controls’

Douane personal firewall for GNU/Linux
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/30/17

‘users left in the lurch’

AdNauseam, Acceptable Ads, and Do Not Track
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/29/17

Oh my!

Cameron's World
[Pyetro]

Explore this puppy at your own risk. ʘ‿ʘ

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/28/17

‘fighting against surveillance’

Library Freedom Project
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/26/17

easy, minimal placeholders

FPOImg.com
[richie5um]
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/25/17

‘obfuscation as a strategy’

AdNauseam - Clicking Ads So You Don't Have To

AdNauseam is a free browser extension designed to obfuscate browsing data and protect users from tracking by advertising networks...

Note: This is not an endorsement.

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/22/17

‘Fight the phish!’

Certified Malice

I’d argue that everyone who uses or builds the web bears some responsibility for making it safer for all, and each should try to find ways to do that within their own sphere of control.

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/21/17

‘use your phone...’

Paper Planes

Catch and throw Paper Planes with one another around the world.

[leolaporte]
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/20/17

not an official course (yet)

Calling Bullshit

We're sick of it. It's time to do something, and as educators, one constructive thing we know how to do is to teach people. So, the aim of this course is to help students navigate the bullshit-rich modern environment by identifying bullshit, seeing through it, and combatting it with effective analysis and argument.

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/19/17

I'll pass on this one, thank you

Nagbot - the ultimate nagging companion
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/18/17

Opera rebooted, a concept

Opera Neon – The future of web browsers? (Beta)

Get a glimpse into what Opera for computers could become.

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/17/17

type and design community

Typophile - Where Designers Connect
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/16/17

tips from someone concerned

Reclaim Your Privacy
[Ciudilo]
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/15/17

‘built with mobile in mind’

Zooming — “Image zoom that makes sense.”
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/14/17

create interactive data visualizations

Vega: A Visualization Grammar
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/13/17

tools for news publishers

The Coral Project
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/11/17

your right to your data

PersonalData.IO
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/10/17

yes, we love color thingies

ColorMe
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/09/17

exploring public interest issues

Internet of Things
[The Mozilla Blog]
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/08/17

‘a collection’

sites with a /now page

Think of what you’d tell a friend you hadn’t seen in a year.

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/07/17

‘understand your government’

Who are my representatives?
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/06/17

silly useful’ writing tool

Typewriter (macOS)

Oh, another hipster text editor. This time, you can’t edit.

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/05/17

‘ins and outs of a remote life’

Remote Stories

Anonymous stories from remote workers

[1luke2]

Posted by joe.jenett on 01/04/17

‘simple and easy’ lightbox

baguetteBox.js (more info)
[npostulart]
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/03/17

string manipulation modules

Voca: The JavaScript string library
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/02/17

‘awesome buttons’

Bttn.css
Posted by joe.jenett on 01/01/17


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