A New Sticky Note Chrome Extension, A New Smart Home Checklist, and More in Five for Wednesday


  1. Real simple, but real cool: leave a sticky note on a web site and it will be there when you return. It’s super easy to remove them too. If you’re the kind of person who has way too many browser tabs open, this might help you remember what’s important on all those pages.
  2. From the Online Trust Alliance: a checklist to help you protect your online security and privacy when dealing with devices connected to the internet of things.
  3. Speaking of security, HTTPS is making the internet a safer place. Listen to this podcast to find out how.
  4. There are a LOT of reviews of the new Google Pixel, most of them very favorable. Here’s an extremely thorough one.
  5. The 2016 Material Design Awards have been announced; they honor the best designs that follow Google’s visual design language. There’s some great stuff!

Joseph Sullivan

Joe Sullivan is a User Experience Designer for the Center for REALTOR® Technology.

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