Member since: Oct 10th, 2006
Apr 4th 2009 3:47PM If Google busy Twitter, we're most likely seeing the loss of a really good micro-blogging platform.They took over Feeddemon and over the past few months, it's been a mess. Support is an all time low and I'm sure Twitter will just follow suit!
Feb 11th 2009 4:18PM It still is a painful experience uploading files via the Web Interface. This is good for temporary sharing of files with others.
Dec 19th 2008 3:12AM I don't understand why they can't upgrade from 2.x directly to 3.x like it is within versions
Nov 19th 2008 12:52PM I'm not sure what ads they are talking about exactly. They have the "User is using Fring" for a long time which is really irritating but then it was still acceptable.However, there is a limit as to how many ads they will throw up. If it gets unbearable then well... it's bye bye!
Sep 26th 2008 1:18PM I've been using K-Meleon for a long time now. It has been improving with time.I do hope that the development speeds up!
Aug 13th 2008 1:27PM Hopefully, they introduce support for S60 as well.I use Opera Mini as of now, and it is simply fabulous!
Feb 28th 2007 12:30AM URLs didn't show up:1st post : http://techtites.com/2007/02/17/why-the-digg-mafia-will-cost-kevin-rose-millions/Followup post: http://techtites.com/2007/02/24/how-reddit-beat-the-digg-mafia/
Feb 28th 2007 12:28AM I wrote about the Digg Mafia (or the Digg Mob) as you call it and had the post instantly buried. But, it hit the frontpage of reddit and before we knew it the post had 332 diggs, but didnt appear on any list! Emails to Digg were useless, because their suport is questionable.I've made an update post on the situation
Jan 27th 2007 9:27AM I tried to give this a shot as well. It didn't recognize La Bamba...
Oct 10th 2006 11:07AM Thank you very much for taking such a decision like this. Atleast it will prevent stupid splogs from taking our content, posting as their own and then repeaping the benefits of visitors through ads.
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