Member since: Jan 8th, 2010
Apr 12th 2011 12:23PM It has been nice following you these last years and I bid you all good luck in your future endeavours!Meh, when Lifehacker let me down you at least didn't... I guess I'm back to lurking around the cybernet to find another excellent source of technological income, one which haven't been infected and riddiculed with the idiocy of mainstream commentators.
Mar 28th 2011 11:56AM Is there no software able to sandbox software installations as well on Windows? Because what I'd really want is a software which seperated the useless waste and carbage which programs tend to leave behind on my HDD.
Mar 17th 2011 8:41AM Click it enough and even your so "standard" layout will be brought down and punished for what it is! :DThe formula seems to be based on a random number so I guess the more elements you have on your page the less chance a big screw up will happen within the first uses.
Mar 15th 2011 5:36AM Meh, took me a single round to find one small area around a certain pixel to shoot at which worked
Mar 11th 2011 8:33AM Oh, the irony of startup extensions being restartless! :D
Mar 10th 2011 1:28AM "Now, if only you could control who could read your posts on your friends' pages... "If you're talking about the posts you can post on your friends' page and not the comments in your friends' pages then you can. Do as usual as you've said here and submit the new post through your page but merely mention your friends with @THEIRNAME in your post. This will automatically submit the post to their pages as well and I'm pretty sure the post will act accordingly to the restrictions you've set as well as your friend's restriction on whether or not other people can read his friend's posts on his page.Haven't really tried it myself but I'm almost certain it works.
Feb 25th 2011 10:42AM @Sebastian Anthony That's what you have Windows Flag + Left/Right for! :D
Feb 25th 2011 10:04AM It doesn't seem to include Aero Snap... Oh well, Windows 7 it is, then. Aero Snap really is amazing for your productivity.
Feb 21st 2011 11:42PM What a shame.Complying with Apple's terms means that no matter what they do content producers will get a less percentage of the profits, unless Readability is okey with giving away their whole 30% piece of the cake to Apple.Apple should really minimize their greed. Handling payment transactions and such usually costs less than 1% of the profits, so 30% is purely greed through and through.Oh well, hopefully they'll soon port the app to Android.
Feb 21st 2011 2:20PM @Aemony Weird, now I can't seem to reproduce the problem in FF... But I do know that something like this has in multiple occasions made me lost my pinned tabs...Oh well, it is still reproducable in Chrome, at least.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble