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Find Lost Websites With Wayback Machine’s Browser Extension

Find Lost Websites With Wayback Machine’s Browser Extension

Pulling up a website, only to come face-to-face with the dreaded “404,” can be annoying. But if you really need whatever content was previously on that site prior to its demise, you have options. The Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine is one of the best and most well-known ways to access…

Launch Web Apps And Services With These “.new” Sites

Launch Web Apps And Services With These “.new” Sites

Google recently announced that it’s letting loose a brand-new domain name—.new—which comes with one clever hitch. Those purchasing one have to use it to create a shortcut to an activity, action, or app. Or, to put it in Google terms, “All .new domain names must be used for action generation…

How To Use A Fingerprint To Log Into Websites

We’re taking on a question that I’ve been curious about for some time — not that I’m never not curious about your questions, but this one is a topic that’s bounced around my head a bit, because I am lazy and I hate fussing with password management whenever possible.