Archive for August 2006

via Slashdot -

“InfoWorld reports a new web browser designed to protect users privacy is available for download. Called Browzar, it ‘automatically deletes Internet caches, histories, cookies and auto-complete forms.’ It also boasts a search engine, which the company will use to generate income. The 264KB application is the brainchild of Ajaz Ahmen, known for creating the U.K.’s first ISP Freeserve. The forthcoming version is for Windows only, but Mac and Linux versions will be available eventually.”

Yeay!:
~ Loving the GUI
~ True to their word, I have no trace of my own visit to my site. Viva la privacy!

Boo:
~ Search for “maigh” and maigh.com ranks 13th? Psha.
~ Doesn’t like my favicon
~ True to their word, I have no trace of my own visit to my site. How to track traffic without violating privacy?
~ Unlike all other SW in the known world, “Run” doesn’t install, and “Save” just throws a shortcut on your desktop. Groovy, but not well documented/explained.

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