The "blink"* element, a feature of early web browsers that made text blink on and off, has been banished in the latest version of Firefox.
The element had already been removed from Internet Explorer, was never implemented in Chrome and was ignored by most browser-makers because it never made it into a W3C HTML spec. The W3C even went so far as to add a Blink-killing requirement to its web accessibility guidelines.
Your correspondent has fond memories of using blink in Front Page 95, and may therefore join other blink nostalgia freaks by downloading this Chrome extension that restores its functions to Google's browser. Or perhaps this code on GitHub that does the same job is a better choice.
Few that didn't mess with HTML in 1995 will miss blink, which was widely panned for being useless and ugly.