You could also import your transaction history into Mint.com. Once you have it linked to your bank's account, Mint will automatically grab the latest transactions any time you log in.
if they waived the license registration and made it free, in light of the ad revenue the DMV or state would be receiving.
and the $9.95 billion of general obligation bonds?
One of the problems with tabs is that operating systems seem to be designed to handle window-based multitasking. Take OS X for example. Expose works wonders with multiple windows, but does nothing to help our 10, 20, 100 tabs in Safari or Firefox or even any non browser app that uses tabs.
...not having 500 tabs open, just because you want to read them in the next 3 years or something? ^^
You know, there is a feature called "bookmarks" for this.
Sometimes, we keep tabs open to maintain the current state of the page, which may be different the next day or hour (something URL bookmarking doesn't address).
One thing I wish more basic calculators had was the multi-line display of those TI graphing calculators, where multi-line = more than two lines. This would be for the display of recent history of calculations. I'm surprised we don't see this option in bundled calculator apps in the OS.
...to view the Calculator app solution as the first result in the menu. I guess that counts as GUI.
"it's getting a sound thrashing from Moto and Samsung, who've cornered the Asian market where touchscreens are popular for their ability to let users input Asian languages without all that fiddly Qwerty nonsense."
The iPhone does have non-QWERTY touch-based Asian input. It looks gesture based, and it's been available since firmware version 2.0.
It looks like the submitter didn't do this homework before posting.