Member since: Nov 9th, 2006
Nov 13th 2010 11:19AM Good game, though he could use a copy editor.
Oct 16th 2010 11:09AM Live Office (the Google Docs-type thing they're working on) would like to talk to you.
Oct 4th 2010 8:32PM I have been using Dolphin for a while now... I actually started because it syncs with Google bookmarks. Now I don't know how I did without features like Adblock or gestures.My only complaint, such as it is, is that I can't find any documentation on writing your own addons. No mobile browser that I've found can handle alt text but I bet I could write an addon myself no sweat -- if there were api docs somewhere.
Aug 22nd 2010 3:55AM @R2 D2 I see your http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europe and raise you http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greece.
Aug 22nd 2010 3:48AM In case anybody cares, right after Erez quit, it does in fact start to scroll, and yes it *is* disorienting. If you turn off the background music, though, it's pretty enjoyable.
Aug 20th 2010 9:02PM If your admins gave half a shit what browser you want, they'd already know about (and give you!) extensions like IE Tab for Firefox, which can do *precisely* what you asked for -- that is, use IE, embedded in a tab, to render specific pages based on a list you supply. But they don't do that.If your boss gave half a shit about your user experience, they wouldn't *subject* you to terrible, terrible webapps that only work in ancient, near-unusable browsers. But they do.Think about that next time you're on your way to work.
Aug 10th 2010 1:42AM This is not a hard problem to solve. Carrier prioritizes VoIP traffic over torrents: OK. Carrier prioritizes YouTube over Vimeo (for a kickback from Google): not OK. Now write a law.
Aug 8th 2010 3:51PM @Starfleet Captain This confuses the hell out of me. I just checked Wirefly, and for two lines I found:AT&T: $60 / voice + ($25/data) * 2 = $110Sprint: $70 / voice + ($30/data + $10/4G) * 2 = $150Granted, that's for less data on a network that's "only" 3G, but here in central Washington State, speeds between AT&T 3G and Sprint 4G are almost identical, and I only find myself using around 1GB/mo anyway. According to AT&T's statistics, 97% of their customers with data plans used less than 2GB anyway. Maybe if you need a "cadillac" plan Sprint is cheaper, but for the "budget" end of the spectrum AT&T comes out on top.
Aug 7th 2010 10:20AM Aaaand software patents *remain* a terrible, terrible idea that never should have gained traction in the first place.
Aug 6th 2010 10:24AM @StockholmCole: Dude, it's *Saudi Arabia*. You *have* no "civil rights".
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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