Vivaldi Team Blog
Vivaldi 1.12 – Giving you the browser you want
The latest version of Vivaldi is here, featuring three requests that may ring a bell. Why? Because they came from you.
Stay productive and don’t lose focus — use the time in between tasks to get more doneThis is not a sales pitch for some singular solution to all challenges related to productivity, rather my own ways of getting the most out of my days. My daily commute is by ferry. I’m a father of a 5 year old boy, married to a lovely wife and work a full time job in the city. I commute 60 minutes every day (each way) most of it by ferry. Usually I’ll work from home on Thursdays, a luxury I have in my job. Besides my job I usually have a lot of little projects going at home. I love to build things. Right now I’m doing a treehouse and an electric car for my son. I run a 3D printing hub which means I have 3d printers running most days of the week. I have a new website project in the works...
My friends at Google: it is time to return to not being evilA monopoly both in search and advertising, Google, unfortunately, shows that they are not able to resist the misuse of power. I have known Google longer than most. At Opera, we were the first to add their search into the browser interface, enabling it directly from the search box and the address field. At that time, Google was an up-and-coming geeky company. I remember vividly meeting with Google’s co-founder Larry Page, his relaxed dress code and his love for the Danger device, which he played with throughout our meeting. Later, I met with the other co-founder of Google, Sergey Brin, and got positive vibes. My first impression of Google was that it was a likeable company...