I don’t know about you but I love pizza. Especially when that pizza comes with Papa John’s very own garlic pizza sticks. So I was ecstatic when I got the following email from them, after finishing my recent takeout:
Free food! I definitely needed to complete the survey…
I completed the survey as a normal human being and sure enough, I got a validation code for free garlic pizza.
But, being curious, I took another look at the original link. It seemed like the GUID parameter was a customer identifier. …
Wouldn’t it be cool if you could magically upgrade your browser with features not known to the average Chrome user?
Below are ten Chrome flags that help you to do just that.
Chrome Flags are experimental features that aren’t yet enabled by default. To enable these, see chrome://flags. The flags stated below may be in the pipeline for official release in the near future. However, as of writing, they are still in testing.
Reader Mode removes unnecessary visual clutter for distraction-free reading — highly important when so many visual elements fight for our attention. Poof, gone.
Focus Mode opens the tab in a new framed window, omitting the tab strip and search bar for a cleaner interface. …
With a fundamental shift to the web, we are able to do really cool things right from our browser. In this tutorial, we will be utilising the Generic Sensor API to turn your smartphone into a pointer with real-time tracking.
Here’s what we will be making: