Member since: Feb 10th, 2006
May 17th 2010 7:59PM Has DownloadSquad profiled Daytum http://daytum.com yet?
Jan 30th 2007 8:46AM I am still unable to figure out using tab mix plus how to lock certain tabs in a row above all others, so that i have my permanent work tabs in one top row and my browsing tabs in the second row below. Can someone help me out? - kevinkskobac at yahoo dot com
Jan 22nd 2007 2:58PM Yea, can you add that to the post? I'm also interested in seeing how to differentiate your "permanent" tabs from the others; currently i use two browsers
Oct 4th 2006 8:43PM engadget, consider me entered! my preference is Satelite HD.Thanks,Kevin
Oct 2nd 2006 6:58PM this is a great series (the ethicist), and a great question (about reading print editions). unfortunately as long as monitors and handhelds aren't easy enough on our eyes, masses won't give up print editions, even if they have the ability to read the same paper on a pocketpc or via broadband. myself included - if i come across a long article i want to read online, i print it out for easier reading...
Sep 23rd 2006 11:04AM EngadgetMy favorite HD show is 24 on FoxConsider me entered!Thanks,Kevin
Sep 20th 2006 9:24AM Consider me intered in the raffle:Ben Kweller - Ann DisasterThanks Engadget
Apr 8th 2006 4:34PM This chart discusses unique's to the portal, not searches. Nielsen is reporting on all pages that fall under the Yahoo umbrella, which is well known for having the most unique's and time spent. If you were to check market share in distinctly search queries it would be a different story (the one we are used to - that Google is in the lead)
Feb 15th 2006 9:04AM Thanks for another great cell-phone information service - this will help every day in my work!
Feb 10th 2006 3:15PM I'm inclined to say i wouldn't want a touch screen at all ; smudges, scratches, basically the more i touch the screen the more i'm likely to hurt the quality fo the ipod picture in the long run.
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