Ha! Now you're just making theoretical computing as fun as theoretical physics!
I can see it now -- Opera's new slogan:
"Get Smart! Get Opera."
"I feel like the good times of slashdot are over, and only idiots and nostalgic users are still around."
Don't forget us trolls!
Hey! Stop lumping me in with the trolls, you damned troll!
I know of a user who just last week replaced Microsoft's broken Java from years ago (remember when Sun won that lawsuit against Microsoft?) with Sun's Java (which now also has the Oracle name on it) -- it was like pulling teeth, but they finally agreed to update it so that they could get on a web site that uses a Java applet.
What about super-lazy fat slobs with large, ha ha ha?
You can probably still upgrade...
Is your real name Douglas Adams, by any chance?
Whichever one runs on FreeBSD: http://images.google.com/images?q=freebsd
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I've clicked on many of those I.Q. test advertisements and answered them, just for fun. I found them very easy (because the questions were ridiculously simple), so if these were the same tests then that means I effectively "voted for Opera" at least 30 times during the past 12 months. (For those who scored really low on those tests, I prefer to assume that they were just drunk or high.)
It's not a religion -- it's the Atheist Frontier.
Everyone should fire up Lynx and browse to that web site so they can start wondering what mystery is behind all the Lynx activity the next time they analyze their access.log file.
(posted though telnet on port 80)
...or a very carefully planned attempt at encouragement (to get smarter then come back to Opera) that also happens to smell a little bit like reverse psychology.
How can you even stay relevant in business IT administration when you're running the one OS that nobody else in the company but the CEO is using?
If you and the CEO are the only ones using the same OS, then you probably have a lot more job security than you realize.
Well, they forgot lynx users...
Unless it was a web-based IQ test
You obviously forgot that Lynx is a web browser.