Update: I am sorry to report that Tunlr is no longer supporting Netflix. See their blog for more info. If you know of another FREE DNS service please leave a comment. My friend Ron tipped me off to this free DNS service that allows you to watch Netflix (and other US geo-restricted content) outside of… Continue reading Watching US Netflix in Canada, now easier than ever!
I started using OpenDNS again for the first time since Google released Chrome. When I ran Chrome, I noticed a curious little quirk, Chrome was ignoring OpenDNS’ shortcuts and auto typo correction. I whipped out wireshark and took at what was going on. By default, every time you enter a character into Chrome’s toolbar it fetches… Continue reading Google Chrome Bypasses OpenDNS (and How To Fix It)
In case you haven’t heard, OpenDNS (wikipedia) is a free DNS service designed to improve your surfing experience, or as their PR blur puts it: …is a safer, faster, smarter and more reliable way to navigate the Internet. I decided to try it out for a week, replacing my ISP’s default DNS servers. All-in-all I… Continue reading OpenDNS For A Week