Category: English

Perry Noyd: Technologies vs. Coronavirus

Even if you have nothing to hide, it does not mean you want someone to surveil you. Your hobby, your interests, your bank transfers, the websites you visit, the services you use and even people you chat with are only your business. My name is Perry…

[A] Learning English Sucks

This post originally appeared on an old blog on 2011-03-31. It's part of a series of posts which I'm "recovering" from the archives.…

Revisiting your web browsing experience

Technology became quite present in the daily life of millions of people around the globe: Checking emails, chatting with friends, playing video games and so on. One of the things we do most on a modern device is browsing. The World Wide Web is huge…

My schooling started two days ago …

This is not the school — just a sample of XnViewMP's automatic straightening I have schooling every weekday morning from 9.30 am up to 1 pm, then I'm free for whatever I decide to do — either explore the city or try to do useful things, most of the…

Perry Noyd: Let's write privacy guide together

When I begun writing notes for this blog, I wrote mainly about Maxthon and extensions for Maxthon, but then (after Exatel's report) privacy became the main topic for me. What's changed? Almost nothing, but now I just want to change the format and I…

The main reason to hate Brave

Sorry if I use wrong terms: in my native language Internet data package that I used today /this month is called "traffic": 500MB daily, 20GB monthly, etc. I am not sure that in English "traffic" means the same and as I know you, guys, use "usage"…

I have an idea: PetsMap

I have an idea: what if we make a special map for lost / found pets? If you lost your dog, you can just select a search area and when some finds your pet, he can contact you to tell that your pet is fine. People who often walk with a dog can check…

I have an idea: Dcrypt

I have an idea: what if we make a simple and convenient extension for text encryption? In theory, it would work on all websites you need (twitter, facebook, email, etc.): you just select the text, enter the password and encrypt the text. Than you…