No need to abandon ship or to hang on to an older version. Pale Moon has been fixing Firefox's stupidity for quite a while now. Give it a try.
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A big limitation of Sumatra is that it doesn't support filling out interactive forms, which makes it a no-go in my organization
The activation servers will still be there after 2014.
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Prayaya v3 won't run at all in 64-bit windows because of PatchGuard
I really wonder what this guy's strategy is for convincing a country where 60% of Internet users still use IE6 to upgrade
Actually in South Korea it's more likely than not the kids will be studying at any number of academies until midnight. I doubt there's any opportunity for them to get into trouble.
ForumW was the least affected and able to stay up with little downtime, albeit slowly. Warez-BB was highly affected and went down for hours. ProjectW was also affected and goes down and up constantly. Warez-BB administrators report
"Unfortunately whichever low life that is trying to bring us down is still continuing their miserable attack. I can confirm that it is the same attack that has brought down ProjectW and slowed down ForumW, so far we've blocked over 4000 IP addresses which we believe is apart of the attack and there is still no signs of the attack stopping."
It is unknown when these attacks will stop."
Not for the faint of heart or the sausage-fingered, Mark Hoekstra's flash memory mod for all generations of iPod takes out the spinning, battery draining hard drive and replaces it with Compact Flash. Sure, 16GB of solid state goodness isn't cheap, but what's money in the pursuit of glory?
Based on his previous iPod Mini flash-mod, this four day long marathon of a project involved hand soldering 88 connections, all of them in a tiny space. In true entrepreneur spirit, he's using this as a prototype to actually get the things to manufacture. No prices yet, but you can drop him an email if you're interested. Or just to say "Well done".
And,With so many people making part or all of their living through eBay, the government wants its cut. This isn't an issue of any new taxes, but an attempt to collect the income tax that is already required. Because eBay does not report information about its sellers to the government, income reporting is left up to individuals, and the temptation not to list eBay revenue as income can be a strong one — and in some cases, it's not always clear when one has to do so.
To me this seems like one of those things you know is wrong, even if you can't articulate exactly why. Second Lifers, and Warcrafters beware."eBay isn't the only Internet business that has been feeling the heat in recent months. The government is also considering how to apply tax laws to virtual worlds and goods, and it faces some of the same problems that it does with eBay. While some sellers can make a good living out of hawking such items, few report the profits as taxable income, and Uncle Sam wants its cut.