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How to disable Superhuman’s email tracking pixel - Chad Loder - Medium
Rather than reiterate Mike’s critique here, I thought I’d show you how to protect yourself from common email pixel trackers, including Superhuman’s tracker.
privacidade  how-to  ublock  chrome  firefox  safari  tracking  pixel  security 
july 2019 by rtopitt
Scrum for Trello - the free Trello Scrum extension for Chrome and Firefox
Scrum for Trello adds functionality to the awesome trello.com for use in Scrum projects.

Add estimates or record time-spent directly on Trello cards. Shows sums at the top of each list and the top right corner of each board.

This is a free and open source extension in Chrome and Firefox and Safari.
extensão  plugin  scrum  agile  estimativa  trello  chrome  firefox  safari  planejamento 
february 2014 by rtopitt
Brow
Brow adds your Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox bookmarks to the OS X Spotlight Service. Spotlight will show the bookmarks (including previews), as it already does now with Safari bookmarks, and will open them with your default web browser. Brow runs as a menubar app or, if you choose, invisible in the background. That's all.
mac_os_x  bookmark  favorito  chrome  firefox  safari  spotlight  busca  desktop  integração  alfred  app  application 
june 2013 by rtopitt
Ruby & WebSockets: TCP for the Browser - igvita.com
WebSockets in HTML5 change all of that as they were designed from the ground up to be data agnostic (binary or text) with support for full-duplex communication. WebSockets are TCP for the web-browser. Unlike BOSH or equivalents, they require only a single connection, which translates into much better resource utilization for both the server and the client. Likewise, WebSockets are proxy and firewall aware, can operate over SSL and leverage the HTTP channel to accomplish all of the above - your existing load balancers, proxies and routers will work just fine.
ruby  chrome  push  html5  importante  safari  firefox  api  w3c  assíncrono  server 
december 2009 by rtopitt
TankEngine [Pathfinder Development]
TankEngine is a plugin for developing web applications optimized for the iPhone look and feel. It is based on earlier work using iUI, but has a brand-new JavaScript ending based on jQuery, and is a more flexible tool than iUI.
css  iphone  javascript  jquery  plugin  rails  safari  webapp  webdesign  webkit 
may 2009 by rtopitt

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