Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006
Scott Fortmann-Roe got recursive and created an Ajax Browser called Palary.
The Palary browser supports all sorts of nice things like css, cookies, history, and bookmarks. But it does it all using ajax without directly
communicating with the sites you are surfing (except for images, but no ones perfect).
Why? Its useful for getting around censorship, and is another layer of privacy/anonymity.
On one side we have new browsers such as Flock, we have extensions to browsers, we have scripting via GreaseMonkey, and we have an embedded browser via Ajax. How contorted we are :)
Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:14 am