A great parody of Firefox: Firedfox. Some classic lines in there… “Although Firedfox currently still has bugs, those bugs are attributed to the pre-release nature of Firedfox … Firedfox programmers will stop producing bugs once it reaches its 1.0 state.” “Our community volunteers are also quick in identifying bugs and in classifying them as either … [Read More »]
Archives for July 2004
ADSL download allowance: 32,000 MB (Internode PADSL-1500-Unlimited-Green). Usage for period ending 26/07/04: 31,896.7 MB *phew*. Given I was downloading a heap of software images for work over the weekend, if it hadn’t stopped when it did, I would have been still trying to download stuff on Monday. I made sure I had a quiet data … [Read More »]
I’ve just upgraded my blog to the latest version of WordPress (v1.2) and changed the look of it while I was at it. This is just part of a wider design change for all of my sites, applying a level of consistency to them all, and redesigning them to use the very cool “template” feature … [Read More »]
KB841873, the fix applied via Windows Update recently as a result of Microsoft Security Bulletin MS04-022, has been shown to cause Windows Task Scheduler to cease functioning on some computers. If you rely on Windows Task Scheduler to perform backups, or other critical operations, and you have recently updated your computer with the critical fixes … [Read More »]
Stuart Henshall writes about the challenge of blogging in a corporate environment in his blog entry My Blog Rules. Quite an interesting observation, and something important for a lot of us “corporate” bloggers to think about.