This is just another thing to turn normal consumers into pirates.
Sometimes when I'm trying to just find out how good of bandwidth a server has, I just wget some random giant file that's freely available on a big server. Windows Service Packs meet that requirement.
Not only that, but you *zoom in* on red-hot-midget-porn. Presumably because midgets are smaller and must be enlarged to show texture.
I've had several times where I'm testing a site in IE6, find a bug or quirk, then press Ctrl-N to open a new IE6 window, and browse to W3C (or other web development related site) to find a reference to that particular element and determine its compatibility with the browser I'm currently in. I'd say that's pretty common.
* Stand up.
Sorry, you lost me there.
That captcha looks painfully easy to break. All a bot would have to do is render the HTML to a image and OCR it.
This is why you have to learn to see in pseudo-3D. If you start watching 3D when you're young, your mind will become trained to it, and won't try to compensate of the lack of other depth queues.
Ben174 writes: "I've banked at a couple different banks and haven't yet been able to find one that offers the features I need. I'd like to find a bank that supports open standards, such exporting my statement data to a XML file format. I'd also like to write scripts to monitor my account and send me emails when my balance reaches X, or if a transaction occurs within X miles from my zip code. Do any banks currently support this?"