responding to http://www.secure-gear.com/security-...x-A-19723-.htm
Ari, I'm not sure what you have against Cocoon. You wrote exactly the
same thing over here: http://www.velocityreviews.com/forum...ml#post4177839
I'll say here what I said there:
Harsh. Well, most normal people can't figure out how to use a proxy to
help anonymize their browsing, and by far most normal people can't figure
out how to create self-managed throwaway email identities.
BTW, I registered for secure-gear.com a few minutes ago with Cocoon so
that I could post this reply. secure-gear.com doesn't have an email
address that is traceable to me in any way. My identity is safe.
And, because of the proxy capability, my physical location is protected.
For that, I'd pay $3/month, easy.
Ari Silverstein wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Jan 2011 15:52:11 -0600, isit wrote:
>> We've shared quite a few tools that keep your browsing information
>> private, your internet connection secure, and your email spam-free.
>> Firefox extension Cocoon wraps up all those privacy features into
>> simple add-on.
>> .........Is it worth a ****?
> "Although Cocoon is still in development, they're offering
> readers a free 45 day trial and hefty discount on the service
> thereafter¡X$3 a month, down from the regular price of $6.95 a month.
> Not worth either a **** or $3 per unless you are a simplemindd doofus
> who can't perform the simpleminded tasks this POS does.