If cold fusion were invented tomorrow, I fully expect somebody would patent the hell out of it and it would be another 100 years before we get to use it properly.
Muphry's Law in action...
For those of us under 40 years old, there is quite a lot more to be said. I have no idea what half of what you said even stands for.
MC reset = Master Control?
23 * 12.5 = 287 (or so). And this is my Linux firefox that I've been on lately...I have probably a similar number on my Windows dual-boot install as well, though some of those are duplicates.
Or how the "always show close button on all tabs always always always" option ignores you and drops the X's if you have more than 8-12 tabs open anyway (dependent on horizontal resolution).
I can only assume you use some sort of tree-style tabs setup?
Yeah...if they had had categories for 20-50, 50-100, 100-200, 200+ we might get some actual results. And I would have actually had to ~count my tabs.
So the only way you find out that someone doesn't have the right to work is if somebody else finds out and snitches on them, because you can't ask? So basically, Schrödinger's work authorization...
Not if the "life + 70 years" copyright twats have anything to say about it....
So, what year are we on now? 67? 68? Oh look, more legislation coming up...
You're comparing a book with another one published 23 years later? Unfavorably? *twitch*
We eventually become numb to the pain. And besides, it's not like there's anything we can do to prevent them rolling out the even more sucky version++.
What, you can't even change his password?
They don't have some sort of semi-automatic system for that? Hell, one person I knew, they practically had her profile down before I found out she was dead mere days later.
And here I thought for a second that Mozilla was offering a download of a simulator for their 3.0 version of Firefox.
I believe 3.5 was the last version that added a feature I actually wanted...and that was just the new tab button on the tab bar, which I've since stopped using anyway.