Google Chrome dumps old plugins - what this means for you

While browsing the other day in Google's Chrome, I was caught off guard by a notification warning that Chrome browser will no longer support the NPAPI plugin architecture. Like many of our design oriented readers, I'm not a hardcore web coder and instead rely on programs like Adobe's Muse when creating client websites. So I was instantly concerned and fell back on the old, "what will this mean to me?" line.

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