Member since: Aug 29th, 2006
Feb 5th 2011 5:30AM can it be used on an Apple TV2?
Jun 16th 2009 1:03PM to all the Ipredator line-waiters, I recommend you use pr.ivacy.com instead. It costs the same and works as a charm.If you wanna sign up, feel free to use my referral link: https://pr.ivacy.com/en/auth/signup?ref2=df0bf774f24bef6bafa7d15939c252bflots of love!
Apr 6th 2009 1:11PM I still use Ad Muncher (www.admuncher.com). Works across all browsers so I only have one place to deal with exceptions. Of course, it does cost a small amount, but I think it's easily worth it - also I have one reason less to switch to Chrome
Sep 10th 2008 3:12AM I can't believe Ad Muncher hasn't been mentioned in the article, it's the most complete ad-blocking program out there, and "just works", that I have tried!Get it at www.admuncher.com - it does, however, cost $30, but it's well worth it. I hate working on other computers without ad-blocking (just try visiting digg.com without using ad-blocking :X)Please remember that currently you have to manual at "chrome" to the filtering target (this will likely be corrected in the next version". But it works like a charm
Feb 7th 2008 3:21PM so who will post a survey so we can check it out?
Nov 16th 2007 6:29AM ...but unfortunately they haven't fixed the "bug" of not being able to use the trackpoint(with pressed down button above the two mouse-buttons) on a IBM laptop to scroll as you can in Firefox/IE, which leaves me sh*t out of luck of using Safari without changing the way I use browsers...dang!
Jul 7th 2007 8:25AM I'd love to replace my Tag Heuer Tiger Woods edition Link
Jul 2nd 2007 12:37PM This "analysis" always comes up when Apple releases a new product. Quotes like "this has all been done before" and "they're too late in the game". It's also the same you always hear from Linux-fanboys. Whenever MacOS or Windows come in a new version they are quick to say "Linux has had XX feature for XX months/years".But what people don't realize is that what Apple does is INTEGRATE it into a nice package where "it just works". You won't get everything you want, but you get most of it and it works well and is extremely well integrated with lots of gloss so it is both useful, easy to use and nice to look at. This is what makes Apple somewhat unique and why certain products they have made are successful and they can afford to charge a premium. I think we will see the same with the iPhone (and iPhone 2, 3, etc.). Whether they will be as successful with iPhone as they were with the iPod depends on how the other players in the market react. Usability will become a big competition parameter. Nokia/Motorola/SonyEricsson/Samsung will definitely need to work on integrating features such as video/picture sharing, MMS creating and sending much easier and fund to use, so average-Joe will be able to do it easily.that was my two cents...
Apr 3rd 2007 4:02AM I would like an invite.
Nov 22nd 2006 12:17PM Damn, I made a lot of typing mistakes in my previous post..hehe..*I* better focus on making what I write easier to read and more pleasurable :$
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble