Since you are reading my blog online, I assume you also spend a lot of time reading other stories online as well. Don't you get frustrated when you click on a link only to have a pop up indicating you have read your limit of free articles and must register? For example, I was doing some research this morning and hit a roadblock after reading a few results on Glassdoor . . .
With Google Chrome, I just open a new "incognito window" and it doesn't recognize I have been there before so it let's me continue. All you have to do is . . .
then you can just open a new "incognito page" that won't recognize the cookies stored on your device. . .
Then, it opens up a brand new window in "Incognito Mode" and magically, you don't have to sign up or register!
This hack works great for lots of websites that tease you with a limited number of "free" views before having to buy a subscription or register (for example: newspaper and magazine sites). You can also go into the browser settings and delete your cookies, but for me, this is easier and quicker.
Hope this helps!