It's been a while since I posted one of these mixed bags of links n things which don't merit a full post. Reason being, I tend to share such links in Google Reader, or post them to my del.icio.
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
Now that I'm running Vista with IE7 on my main work machine, I need to ensure that I have an easy way to test our web applications under IE6 on XP (which is the configuration used by most of our
OK, well, in contrast to the message box in my previous blog entry, today I was presented with this great message from IE7: Ah yes, that's what I like - nice tight integration between applications. In all likelihood I'll probably
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
Mostly security enhancements, according to Microsoft Watch. "New" features include tabbed browsing and support for transparent PNGs. No comment yet on whether full support will be given for CSS2 - *sigh*. Curiously, there's also talk that IE7 will feature an
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
Only Tuesday, so I am led to believe, although it feels more like Thursday, due to the current lack of work. It seems odd being told to "sit around and wait until we dig something else up for you to