Seamonkey is my browser of choice. It gets said a lot but it's like older FF but with less headaches and a modern rendering engine.
Sadly not sure a word document is even a fair comparison anymore. A "Hello World" document is roughly 12kb alone. You can open it with a
.zip tool to see why. It's chocked full of xml and metadata files.
we have at least a foot around here and higher in areas that are drifting. Most the stores are closed as well as schools and post office.
How about cultural differences as well? I see a lot more Asian and Indian women (of native orient) in technical / science roles than American. I'd imagine it has something to do with cultural differences and how they perceive fields or "girl things" and "guy things". Different cultures are different, and different genders are different.
Now my fat sweaty body will actually be good for something... Eat It Mom!
How much of this is due to age as well? Methinks privileged college kids (compared to adults in society) may be a poor selection for a test like this. I have a memory of my childhood where my grandmother would take me to a park to play. I recall being astonished that she'd be content to just sit there and watch me or read a book and not get "bored". I feel over time my ability to be patient and focus more has grown with age. During my college years I didn't always want to sit around. -
I stopped reading once I hit AT&T
Thanks for recommending this! I Just installed it and it appears to be modern browsing (tabs, css3, html5) with the look and feel of an older browser. I was getting fed up with the incremental death of the toolbar, browser bar etc.. I definitely recommend others giving this a try for an alternative with a retro look.
No one slams their mouse and spews slightly racist incoherent obscenities in their favorite forums quite like I do.
towards private companies that are not publicly traded? Also how much of the "rent seeking" actions of Blizzard in the last 8 or 10 years is due to them being public or owned by a larger firm?
anchor_tag writes: I'm sure there are plenty of disparate solutions out there, but has anyone compiled a list, or attempted to create a personal "cloud system" for sharing and communicating with friends and family? In light of the recent NSA and other government spying of multiple social networks, it would be interesting to find a self-hosted solution for common tasks such as note sharing, email, documents and more.