Making rbutr Open Source

After no small amount of deliberation and consideration, we have decided to make rbutr’s code open source. In order for this to happen we will need one or more people willing to take on the responsibility of ensuring the quality of rbutr’s code is maintained, and new developments do not break the system. Making rbutr open […]

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An Update On Expanding rbutr to Firefox and Other Browsers

Update: rbutr is now available on Firefox. And Opera. I received an impassioned plea from a user the other day to expand to Safari. I completely understand the frustration at not being able to use an app you love because it doesn’t work in your browser of choice, and you don’t want to change browsers. Both Craig and […]

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Interesting Ways To Abuse Well Intentioned Plugins

Here is a phenomenon I never really saw coming; Web of Trust rating exchanges. As someone who has been involved in the internet marketing world for many years now, I am familiar with link exchange arrangements where website owners contact each other asking to swap links – the idea being to get more links to […]

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