I generally always use "Private browsing/incognito mode" when logging in to my own account on other people's computers. This has the additional benefit of not requiring me to log my family/friends out of their accounts.
If I am to buy an iPhone, the next iPhone better be a robot!
...that we can choose which games we want to buy and play.
Or maybe Opera 11? Internet Explorer 9? Hmm, Safari is actually only... oh wait, Safari is also on version 5 already, never mind.
If the Facebook/Twitter integration is only a shortcut for sharing content, wouldn't it be just a slightly different bookmark? I doubt that would bring much more bloat than the bookmark feature? As for the Taskbar web app/Site specific browser thing, that seems to be a HTML-based feature rather than adding website specific code in the browser...
Though I'm using Chrome instead of Firefox because Firefox used to feel pretty slow, so I can't say I completely disagree with the possibility of Firefox being bloated. Does version 4 feel any lighter?
Argh, you're right! After playing this game for not even a minute I had to spend several minutes playing "click every checkbox" to clear the trash from my Google Chrome history.
It was just like FarmVille all over again!
For the stupid sites which make their website navigation menu buttons using Flash, this should be obligatory! Surely Flash menu buttons can't be too difficult to convert.
I had java disabled in Chrome and the latest java update re-enabled it. Ideally, disabling java should be the default and it should have an entry in the GUI settings menu. No need for a security nightmare VM to be ready to run at any webpage's request.
There is an option for making all plugins run-on-click instead of auto-run, this affects both Flash and Java applets. about:flags to enable it, then settings > advanced > contents (roughly) to select it.
And with savegames stored online instead of locally on cookies, you can keep playing both at home and at wor....
It's a horrible, horrible idea.
I usually just turn the volume down to a level where it doesn't block off all other sounds. Using open headphones instead of closed ones (or earbuds) may also help.
But then again, I guess it depends on the traffic in your city. If you live in a city where the traffic is so noisy that it's pointless to try and listen to music without pretty loud volume, then I guess it's dangerous to listen to music while walking.
Big Rigs got a score of 1 out of 10, although I'm assuming that is because GameSpot doesn't have a 0 score on their scale.
Once my friends made smoothies, and we only found out that they had forgotten to take the label off when one of them almost drank it.
Why don't they just arrest the scammers? Are they in Nigeria and Nigeria won't turn them over?
Nigeria would turn them over, but is demanding advance fees for the process and paperwork involved.
What about birthday reminders? Or maybe they'd even add day of death reminders? "Today it is 2 years since N.N. passed away. Give a flower? (10 Credits)"