I recently played with NextDNS and it's a good solution for those who don't have a Pi and want to go some protections and privacy. Plus the price is cheap for a annual subscription compared to AdGuard although both are great options to have. I have a long time lifetime membership to AdGuard dating back years.

I have PiHole myself with a 6GB Pi. Works very fine to me especially at home.

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matigo.ca.

Weather is just a mess and pour today and glad I'm getting a reschedule of my checkup appointment.

Like I have said before, this would be the jump start of people investing in system-wide ad blocking solutions like AdGuard, NextDNS or even PiHole (if they have a Raspberry Pi around). Feel developers should be able to inform people that there's alternatives and help them point them there since it's not their fault that uBlock Origin for example is going away once MV2 is depreciated.

As for the browsers, agreed fully. You can ask Mozilla how that turned out for them, now they're on life support.

matigo.ca.

Say that again…

Anyways, I wish we can go back to the early to mid 2000s where browsers were at least on competitive levels. I liked that time. I feel the only way to get competition back is breakups of companies.

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streakmachine.10centuries.org.

Decentralization is the way to go.

That's the Post!

Location-based contract tracing is a hell no even Bluetooth isn't safe either.

matigo.ca.

I have that same issue, abiet minor hehe. Yep this is going to send people to these services, forgot to mention AdGuard which is great too.

jws.10centuries.org.

And we'll suffer because of it especially if you experience a botched update or issue with that pending zero port phone.

matigo.ca.

It won't surprise me if Apple goes with zero ports next year since they're already on their way. It's 1-2 years away from reality.

Much easier in the hand mostly right? Quality too.

matigo.ca.