When it comes to surfing the web, our options are limited: the market is dominated by three or four mainstream web browsers, all of which share major similarities in design and function. Unless you want to build your own browsing program, you’re stuck with their modern browsing paradigms. For San Francisco programmer Stanislas Polu, that wasn’t good enough, so, he created Breach — an open source modular web browser designed to allow anybody to tweak and modify it on a whim.
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Via: Aaron Draczynski (Twitter)