According to my Google Analytics stats, somebody found my site this week by searching Yahoo for "i want to go back to ie6"! Well, sometimes I wish Top Of The Pops was still on the telly, but we have to
For the past few months, since upgrading Firefox to one of the 2.0 betas, I've been somewhat lost without my handy del.icio.us integration courtesy of the official del.icio.us extension for Firefox (which isn't 2.0-compatible)
Here we go again - permit me to dump all of those "flagged for follow-up" emails and "keep as new" bloglines posts into this entry, and then I can move on with my life: Transformers Costumes - turn from a
Some days I feel like I'm spitting in the wind. It amazes me that the following ten concepts, websites and applications aren't more widely used: RSS Feeds - why waste your time repeatedly trawling dozens of sites looking for new
http://www.funnyfox.org TV ads (almost) for web browsers? Haven't seen anything like this since the heady days of the Yahoooo commercials.Are we entering a second golden age of the web..?
Ah, Firefox. How much do I love thee? Just when I thought the product's feature range must surely have plateaued, I lackadaisically downloaded the latest version and once again got uncharacteristically excited at what I saw - just like
Via Slashdot: Want more adverts in your face? Install AdBar for Firefox, possibly the most ridiculous idea for a browser add-in ever. I especially like this bit: "Can I register and get rid of the ads? Of course!
The recently re-formed IE team now have a blog. Although I prefer to use Firefox for personal use, there's no escaping IE on the corporate desktop (at which my ASP.NET apps are invariably targetted), so this is a