Member since: Feb 13th, 2006
Mar 2nd 2012 12:42PM @DarkSonata according to wikipedia, 25.Proceed to pity yourself!
Dec 25th 2010 11:56PM Got a super sweet Super Mario Chess set.Mario Team vs Bowser team.Mario is the King. And Luigi is his Queen. Daisy and Peach are Bishops!
Dec 20th 2010 9:38AM Sebastien, you're getting your arms up over nothing. This has been widely mis-reported and a tech site should do it's research better:http://www.metro.co.uk/news/850896-new-porn-controls-for-children-on-internet-planned-by-governmentFrom the article: "He hopes to introduce a system that would enable parents to ask internet service providers (ISPs) to block adult sites at source, rather than relying on parental controls that they need to set themselves. Adults using the internet connection would then have to specifically 'opt in' if they want to view pornography."Basically, by default, ISPs won't filter anything. Adults can CHOOSE to block porn websites directly at the ISP level (instead of say, installing filters at home which are easily overcome and too technical for most people). If an adult CHOOSES to block the websites, they then have to opt-in to view them.
Sep 19th 2010 10:37PM @JCDoe just because you know does not make it common knowledge. There isn't one common 'society' online (or for that matter, offline), and there are people from different cultures, societies and religions all living and interacting with one another. What one considers 'obvious' and 'common knowledge' may not be as obvious or common to others; for example, I doubt many people wrote a paper on the Book of Enoch in college so that they'd have an intimate knowledge of the matter.For example, I know a lot about Klaus Fuchs. Not many people do.
May 11th 2010 10:17AM Yet another feature built into Opera that doesn't require an extension to add!
Jan 30th 2010 1:35PM octoberasian: you're surprised that performance goes down and your 6mbit connection stutters when you have multiple youtube *videos* open? Of course it will. Videos require decoding. And downloading.Sebastien: Adobe re-wrote the ActionScript Virtual Machine in Flash Player 9 when ActionScript 3 came out. While I agree that Flash Player is slow in OS X, and it needs to be more efficient, let's not kid ourselves by that that's the reason why Flash Player isn't supported in iPhone and iPad. Apple can easily have a toggle button in preferences that enables/disables Flash content, or disables Flash content by default unless you click on the blue lego to load it. No, Apple's not letting Flash into the iPhone OS because they want total control of what you can do on their hardware.
Nov 27th 2009 10:21PM Pie!
Nov 27th 2009 10:21PM Pie!Pie!Pie!
Nov 27th 2009 10:19PM Pie!
Nov 2nd 2009 4:39PM Why force us to look at a slideshow of 20 something pages to see release dates?
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble