Link to Original Source
Is geonames.org of comparable quality for you?
It is no longer CC-BY-SA, but rather ODbL. See http://www.osmfoundation.org/wiki/License/We_Are_Changing_The_License
Note –Steve Coast now works for a competitor of Google (Maps).
'Firefox has h264 added on with the MS WMP plugin'
In Windows 7.
For users outside of that 20% of 90%, Firefox will support Ogg and WebM.
If you hadn't noticed, every synthetic benchmark released from a browser vendor favoured their engine, at time of release. At least Google had balls to call it v8bench.
While I believe all benchmarks (and non-comprehensive ACID tests) to be 3dmark-style pissing contests where they encourage developers to fast-path specific used functions, I have more confidence in Mozilla producing another (Dromaeo also tried to have a more realistic workflow).
I got a review piece of hardware from InfoSec and tried it out in Linux.
You can mount it once the key has been set-up, but you can't set it up under Linux with the software provided.
So this key *requires* Windows before it can be used under Linux, which is pretty bloody stupid.
Since I don't have any copies of that software, it pretty much doubles the cost of the drive.
Variables don't; constants aren't.