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On Microsoft Frontpage: a history not just of a product, but the early days of the web

Microsoft Front Page

I found this piece on Microsoft FrontPage fascinating.  I remember when it first came out: it was a great tool if you wanted to develop for the web. While serious people went with Adobe products, FrontPage made developing web page easier for the rest of us. If you want to learn about the early days of the Web, or if you want to see what well designed software looks like (even if it seems very clunky with that Windows XP interfact), I recommend you read it.

You can actually still download it, here. Now should you? No. Read the sections of the article subtitled “Bad” and “Ugly” to see why.

 

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How to clear your cache and cookies from Chrome and Firefox


Every site asks you now to accept their cookies. It’s bad in that many of them make it really hard NOT to accept them. So, what do you do?

Well, one option is to periodically clear your cookies (and cache) from your browser. Do this at least once a week.

Here’s how you do it for…

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A great addition for your Chrome or Firefox Browser: the Momentum Extension

I highly recommend you use this extension: Momentum.

It provides a beautiful photo, a small todo list, an inspirational message, the weather, the time….everything you want in a minimal desktop.

Superb.