Possible backdoor rant
If you have a computer with an intel processor built after 2008 a hidden OS is running on as long as it is receiving power. It has it's own IP stack and access to all hardware. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Management_Engine
Using the modern web doesn't feel empowering. It feels immensely frustrating.
The web is barely usable without ad-blocking. Pages take an age to load and the content jumps around as more ads download and display. Also the ads are spying on you.
The entire JS ecosystem is dependency hell and sometimes you have to download massive JS files just to view a web page. The JS is probably also spying on you.
Worse still, JS is also probably why the Back button doesn't work properly on so many sites.
Google+ Shutting Down After Bug Leaks Info of 500k Accounts
When the rules forbid stoves in the dorm.
it should be a crime to release software that could be useful to non-coders by just linking to a github page that does not explain where to get the download
I don't know how much you nerds realize this, but every time the top link on your github page is not "where to download a working version of this that you do not need to be in my *actual day job profession* in order to understand" I lose enthusiasm for and interest in your project by a factor of maybe one hundred million percent
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