This just proves that Steve Ballmer is incompetent. “PCs are not selling to the lower end of the population in China and India. People buying machines there are relatively affluent. So…should the prices be lower? Not really. Until government and situational factors reduce piracy…those affluent people cannot pay, so they don’t pay,” [Source: ZDNet ] […]
Archive for October, 2004
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Off to bed… yea, not much of a blog post eh? well to bad ;-). More perhaps tomorrow sometime.
Google’s Desktop Search is out (beta). It seems pretty interesting, but I’ve got a few complaints and grevences so far: No Firefox and Thunderbird Support. They know this. Let them know you want it (perhaps that would be a good SFX campaign). It looks like they prevent you from distributing a Google Search Plugin for […]
NVU 0.50 has been released by Daniel Glazman. Awesome new build. Some cool new features. Spell Checking is my favorite (and hope to see it in Thunderbird soon). My real pet pieve is this: Spell checking invokes to early. It should invoke when you press space, or return, not when your still on the word. […]
First Superman couldn’t walk. Now he’s not even alive. What is the world coming to when the superhero isn’t invinsible? Perhaps someday they will find the cure. R.I.P Superman.
I decided to take some time today, and start workng on Project Aquarius, a secretive project I’ve been workng on for a few months (though not often within those months). Lots of progress! So I’m thrilled. Cleaned tons of old templates out Tons of optimization Quite a few bug fixes Front-end work Lots of stylesheeting […]
planet.mozilla.org is nice, but I’m a Blogupdates fan myself. Seems a hardware problem has gemal.dk down. I’m lost without it. Just shows how essential blogs are to Mozilla communications and ideas these days.
I’ve been keeping rather busy these past few weeks: School, – 18 credit course load is keeping me occupied. r.m.o – Trying to get the r.m.o project to a point where it can be usable. Coming along well, but not quite where I want it, at least yet. Project Aquarius – I’m still working on […]