By John Gruber
DuckDuckGo Search + Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention together solve the top three private browsing misconceptions.
In my Linked List blurb regarding the release of Mac OS X 10.4.1 earlier this week, I commented, “In my experience, 10.4.0 has been the buggiest release of Mac OS X since the 10.1.x days.”
For example, I encountered numerous problems with 10.4.0 while attempting to log out. The most interesting of which was when the following dialog box appeared, after all running applications other than the Finder had quit:
Admittedly, there is a sort of zen perfection to this dialog. Perhaps it wasn’t a bug at all, but rather, a life lesson.