SeaMonkey for me too, but because it maintains a more comprehensive browser chrome than modern Firefox.
Fen-Phen also worked, but apparently caused cardiac issues, resulting in lawsuits and legal damages of over $13B USD.
Why take diet pills when you can enjoy AYDS?
Yep. Obama is becoming the king of hypocrisy. I'm not sure my conscience would allow me to praise the life of Nelson Mandela in taking a stand against a government that was tyrannical and morally wrong while persecuting Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning (among others).
No, that's just Opera.
Any creature which competes with humans for the resources it need to survive that does not have economic value to humans WILL go extinct
What about all the creatures we try to keep around for the sake of biodiversity like rhinos, elephants, birds of prey, etc.?
For me (in the UK) it resovles to 126.96.36.199, but the connection gets reset if I try to load the web page. Tried proxying through my US server, and the page loads. Looks like they don't want non-US IP addresses!
This is exactly why it's the only government in the world I'd trust to obey the law.
Give me a break. If the US govt. doesn't like international law, it ignores it.
Yep, they're all moldy.
Doesn't the RECEIVER pay half the call cost in the US? Crazy system to me, but that's how I heard they do it...
Computer engines like Stockfish win, hands down. In fact I was running Stockfish analysis alongside some of the games and within seconds it had identified bad moves, like when Anand failed to take a pawn, or when he moved a rook instead of a pawn that allowed Carlsen to win instead of draw. Deep Blue was on the erge of being better than humans - 10 years later, chess engines are miles better than humans.
It's also good communication to point out when things are working well. Ie, don't leave the boss wondering what's going on.
What about the boss actually coming to you and asking what's going on? I mean aren't managers paid to do that? What should I do if I ever become a manager, just sit back and wait for people to come to me?
You mean vastly overestimate.
Palemoon's OK but being Windows only it's not quite right for me. I'd probably use it over Firefox if SeaMonkey wasn't available, except on Linux obviously.
The other thing about Palemoon is it all rests on basically one guy who develops it, as far as I can see. I don't know whether it's more or less likely to survive than SeaMonkey but it's risky to throw in with a project that could die any day if the one guy who develops it disappears.
Yep. Switch to SeaMonkey.
By the way, I'm working on a patch to make fork SeaMonkey's find bar code back to the old find bar so it's no longer reliant on the stuff in