Usernum 1014 : There are no secrets, only information you don't yet have.
Updated: 1/5/03; 12:53:27 PM.


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Saturday, May 4, 2002

Been running Mozilla under OSX for almost a week now. I have the app loaded on my VST firewire drive, which I shuttle between my Cube and iBook. First observation. It is very stable in my environment, much joy!

Functionality is usually what kills me off of I.E. alternates, right now I'm vibing on the 'Tabs' feature, which I'd not seen before. Instead of having multiple windows open (as is the case with IE) one window contains several tabbed windows. This has greatly simplified my use for a browser: publishing.
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"I wish that you guys had children so I could kick them in the fucking head or stomp on their testicles so you could feel my pain because that's the pain I have waking up every day"
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And at number 2 on the Top Ten New Copyright Crimes:

Watching MTV if you are older than 35 or Matlock reruns if you are younger than 40
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John Udell investigates backlinks. This is even better than my idea to tie refer-logs into blogrolling links and hierarchy. Now to figure out a way to implement this in Radio.
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Only FARK could point me to this weblog: Chicks, bitches, and totally nutcases: a photographic gallery of women I have known.

To those featured I say: "There are no Secrets... Only information you don't yet have."
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My sister is so cool: "It took me a while and lots 'n lots of testing but in the end I did it. I think... is now the proud owner of an RSS feed." Our Mom is now available by subscription :)
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Laurence J. Peter. "In spite of the cost of living, it's still popular."
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Writer William Langewiesche, a pilot in his own right, explains why a jet packed with 217 passengers plunged 33,000 feet into the Atlantic Ocean in the dead of night--and why it took so long for the U.S. and Egyptian governments to issue an explanation. [MetaFilter]
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New Report: "It is safe to say that active usage of online music content is one of the best predictors of increased consumer purchasing"
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