Member since: Dec 12th, 2007
Aug 18th 2008 1:23PM Politicians and political leaders using email is not only silly, but dangerous as well. I don't think that political figures should necessarily be using email for communication as it pertains to the office that they hold.That being said, any elected official who doesn't use email because they *don't know how* shouldn't be in office. Today's world, and the complex technological decisions within it, require at very least a basic understanding of the technologies involved. How can we expect someone to have a reasonable and coherent understanding of net neutrality and complex copyright issues as they pertain to government and the people, if they don't have a firm understanding of the 'send' button?
Mar 21st 2008 11:49AM The only real issues that I've had is that none of my extensions or themes work. Which severely limits the usefulness of this browser.
Jan 3rd 2008 11:53AM This is GREAT!!!! My company has locked down Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, and other web-based mail clients, and I've tried every trick in the book to access them, with no luck. No proxy would work, no type of anonymous surfing, nothing.This works perfectly. :-) Thanks!
Dec 12th 2007 11:54AM So this is completely self-promotional, but if you're really looking for some good holiday gifts for your employees or best clients, I'm happy to help... (from a B2B division of Best Buy)email@example.com
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