I had to update both Firefox and Camino today. Busy busy!
Tag Archive 'software'
Internet web servers and HTML are closely related. Although web servers are not responsible for producing or rendering HTML, they do have the task of sending the HTML from the web site’s location to the client browser. Web servers must fulfill requests from web browsers quickly, as requests from clients are often made simultaneously. Without […]
Although all word processing applications have similar capabilities in terms of editing and formatting, Microsoft Word has several advanced capabilities. These capabilities provide special tools to assist the writer. These tools are the thesaurus, research, spell check, and grammar check. Together, they help the writer perform a significant part of the revision process. The Microsoft […]
The twhirl folks released version 0.8.2 of their stand-alone Twitter client this afternoon. The new version includes lots of bells and whistles, especially in the area of FriendFeed. I don’t use FriendFeed much (yet), so I’m not as interested in these features. One feature that’s really interesting to me is the new network health information […]
This is my own fault, and I pretty much got what I deserved. After putting a clean install of Tiger (OS X 10.4) on my PowerBook, I decided it would be a great time to test Google Browser Sync for Firefox. For those that don’t know, Google Browser Sync is supposed to keep multiple instances […]