The bookmarklet just finds all fixed-position elements on the page, and removes them. This might remove the navigation, but if you need it back, just hit refresh. That’s why I created a bookmarklet and not a custom user-stylesheet or browser plugin: this is the simplest way to solve the problem.
Source: Kill sticky headers
Privacy advocates have claimed the breach of hacking tools and exploits apparently stolen from the National Security Agency has vindicated Apple’s stance in its dispute with the FBI earlier this year. Last week, reports emerged that a hacker group called the “Shadow Brokers” had allegedly stolen a cache of the NSA’s top espionage tools and offered to sell them to the highest bidder.
Source: Privacy Advocates Cite NSA Hack as Vindication of Apple’s Fight With FBI – Mac Rumors
Which Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain?
wonder if walking a lot could get the same results ant not kill your shins?
Read the story at Mac Sparky
I recently did an interview with Adam Silver for the KitchenSink WordPress podcast about how developers can protect themselves legally. This is a little out of the usual material I talk about on podcasts but if you are a developer, there are some good tips on how to better protect yourself.