Legacy IE aside (and accidentally triggered quirks mode), there's not much to do to support another browser engine - not from the coding side or the design side.
1997 returned your call. This is almost, but not quite 1997's browser. It's based on Mozilla Application Suite, which in turn is based on Netscape 6. That's from 2000. It's a complete rewrite of Netscape Communicator (1997) so it's not technically a '97 browser.
stop spending billions fighting a goddamn plant.
You mean opium?
We all knew that the DMCA (via DRM) was going to be used to break the first sale doctrine. This is just one more example.
In case you missed my point, Aero != Aereo.
In case you missed it, Aero != Aereo
point your mouse to a corner and wait for a hidden window to magically appear
Or press Win+C or swipe from the right on a multi-touch touchpad (or from the right on a touch screen).
If you have a recent touchpad, I'd argue that the charms bar is *too* discoverable with most people finding it when they're trying to move the mouse or scroll.
will include a cat that's either possibly alive or dead?
No, that's Mac OS X (pre-10.9)
Why don't you just admit the woosh and move on?
So you want the GPU to start tuning television channels over the web?
make sure that if you do run across child porn or links to what you think is child porn, you immediately report it to all relevant authorities
I'm afraid that if you do this, you will be convicted for possession. The authorities are desperate for convictions and your browser cache is enough for them.
impossible to distinguish from the real thing
So in this case, how do you prove an image is a simulation?
They just said "Google Nexus" but they probably mean Galaxy Nexus.
You don't see the downside of building a public database of child pornography information? No potential downside?
There was an endgame. The audience guessed it, but the writers changed it so that the audience's guess would be wrong. It's a stupid mistake that they never should have done. You can clearly see where that happened at the turning point of Season 6.