Check out Classic Shell - its Classic Start Menu allows you to completely customize the Win 7 start menu.
I've killed the Programs / Favorites / etc in favour of categorized menus directly off the root of the menu. Sooo much nicer!
> a crook will not post that he is a crook on facebook. You won't find that ANYWHERE.
Unless they're in London, of course.
Lots of sites use Flash cookies (LSOs) to track you in addition to the good old fashioned HTTP cookies.
Ghostery does a pretty good job of deleting Flash cookies, but it takes a brutal all-or-nothing approach; it'll delete them all if you enable the option.
If you want finer control over your Flash cookies you'll also need Better Privacy. Now you can save your progress when playing Kongregate games but not get tracked while you do so
All well and good until you show the bookmarks toolbar which appears *beneath* your address bar, despite having less to do with the address and content.
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I was able to do this with a custom userchrome.css and now I'm happy as a pig in shit.
The title is clearly a poorly punctuated printing of a quote from Yoda, when asked by a journalist how he would act.
Yoda, of course, considers the supporters of Sarah Palin to be merely an inconvenience. To resolve the situation, he would use the power of the Force to communicate across time with Paul Revere, then armed with that primary source he would write an authoritative history on Wikipedia.
Yoda, as usual, put this more succinctly, if rather enigmatically; "Palin fans? Trying. To edit Wikipedia, Paul Revere page!"
Old programmers never die, they just branch to a new address.