Not sure how to explain this, because my computer broke and I'm not sure if I remember how it used to look... About a year ago, I switched my default home page in Firefox to DuckDuckGo. Either when I opened up Firefox, or maybe if Firefox was already open and I created a new tab or something like that, I would not only get DuckDuckGo's input field to do a search, but beneath this there was a listing of useful articles that i could choose to read. (There were maybe 4-5 "thumbnails" beneath the search box.) It seems like after Mozilla f***ed up Firefox about two weeks ago, that after they fixed things that this feature disappared?! And while I used it daily, I never really paid attention to how it looked, and I certainly was never able to figure out how it even appeared, because technically it was a form of advertising, and I switched from Google to DuckDuckGo to get away from that! I do recall that a lot of the articles seemed to have some conenction with Pocket or whatever. Does anyone have a clue what I am describing, and if so, how can I get this feature back in DuckDuckGo and/or Firefox?? Thanks.