Welcome to 2001: The year the internet was IE 6

The year that the internet stagnated as everything was Internet Explorer 6.

So I went ahead and did it, installed the new version of Edge that uses chronium. Firefox slit it’s own throat trying desperately to suppress Gab’s dissenter plugin, just as Google has done it’s best to prevent ad blockers like AdNauseam.

It’s kind of funny, but Edge doesn’t complain about loading extensions. It isn’t trying to control anything, it ‘just works’. Maybe it’s a side effect of Microsoft playing catch up, and too busy to start policing extensions, and user expandability. I’ve read so many things online about how Word is going to police English grammar into being more PC, so I guess it’s only a matter of time until they decide that user’s can just load whatever 3rd party software they want. There is just too many of these crap walled gardens.

I kind of liked it when there was a more ‘open’ internet, but with the shuttering of YTMND.com, the old internet is gone. Facebook is absolute cancer, and the long reach of Google is just beyond creepy.

I couldn’t imagine using Canary, but Dev seems fine. I guess it’s not old enough for the official Beta yet.

If you feel crazy enough, you can download it here:


Facebook tracks users through the ‘like’ buttons…

ouch, apparently even if you logout, you’ll still be tracked by sites that have the ‘like’ button…

Well that just sounds creepy so I’ll remove them from my site.  I don’t think there was all that many people mentioning this blog on facebook outside of some brief ‘save officer spock‘ thing but at the same point I don’t want to participate in some larger big brother thing.

I just hope G+ doesn’t do anything like that (haha!)