Help Dullblog out: Try the Brave Browser

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A lot of people have asked how you might help the blog, so I’m always looking for painless (read: free) ways you can show your HD-love. I just found one.

The Brave browser works just like Chrome, but is faster, more private, and more secure. I’ve been using it for three weeks now and really like it.

Give it a spin. If you use this link, we’ll get a small kickback.

There’s another neat aspect to Brave, in that you can earn money by opting in to ads. They block the crappy ads you don’t get paid to look at, and (if you want) show you unobtrusive ones and pay you a tiny bit for each one.

Also: you can send “tips” or schedule regular payments to things online — Twitter posts, websites (ahem!), and so forth.

But I wouldn’t be telling you all this if I wasn’t using it right now, and finding it much faster and just as easy to use as Chrome. Here’s the link again, if you prefer to cut ‘n’ paste: https://brave.com/hey909.

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6 Comments

  1. The push for me is that it doesn’t have built-in VPN like Opera. Otherwise, I’d be all over it.

  2. Avatar Alejandra wrote:

    Thanks… I’ll give it a try

  3. Avatar Hologram Sam wrote:

    Here’s another “What if” for the Beatles:
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    What if COVID-19 had spread late in 1963? Concerts cancelled, no screaming crowds, no Beatlemania. Could they have built what they did on the strength of albums and singles alone, without public performances?

  4. Avatar Hologram Sam wrote:

    Brave has a good pedigree. It was developed by Brave Software, which was founded in 2015 by CEO Brendan Eich (creator of Javascript and former CEO of Mozilla Corporation) and CTO Brian Bondy.

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