Monthly Archives: November 2004

What is this year’s top dictionary word? –Mark

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Netscape to Release Hybrid Browser

Netscape is building a browser based on Firefox and IE. “…Netscape fans were test-driving a prototype Netscape browser that runs on two different browsing engines: the Mozilla Foundation’s Gecko engine, which powers up the Mozilla, Firefox and older Netscape browsers, … Continue reading 

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Soon it will be illegal to *not* watch commercials

If the government has its way, this technology (TIVO) will fade away because of this absurd provision.  It torques me just to think that the government is attempting to force me to watch something I don’t want to watch. Excerpt: … Continue reading 

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Government Uses Color Laser Printer Technology to Track Documents

I guess this won’t be a problem for those of us who do not make our own money and do not send threatening letters to people, but for the rest of you…. –Mark

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Tabbed Browsing in Internet Explorer

For $29.95, you can have the following features: from “Tabrowser is a way of viewing multiple Web pages in a single browser window. Each tab in a given browser window is denoted in the tabbed browser. You can open … Continue reading 

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Hunt Via the Internet

I’m not sure that this is one of the *best* ideas ever conceived…  “A controversial Web site,, already offers target practice with a .22 caliber rifle and could soon let hunters shoot at deer, antelope and wild pigs, … Continue reading 

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Why Firefox could win the new browser war

Ben English and Steve Vamos seem to be out of touch.  They really are not listening to their customers. If they were, Firefox wouldn’t have taken the percentage of the browser market that they have –in such a short amount of time.   … Continue reading 

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