Does this method allow you to block other active content, like silverlight and flash on a per-site, quick-toggle fashion? Noscript does all that and I don't have to click more than twice to allow/disallow a site.
General lesson: Convenient or secure. That's an XOR.
I rather thought that security/convenience was analog, not digital. As in, you're never perfectly secure, and never perfectly convenient; and many states exist in between the extremes.
I'll grant you inverse correlation, but I wouldn't even really agree to a security-convenience "continuum".
Why would you not agree to it being a continuum?
I've pretty much used Logitech mice exclusively since I've stared using a computer. They've consistently provided high-quality, low-priced products. My mouse I use at home is a simple $12 Logitech optical mouse, and it works perfectly. Unfortunately, I'm using a MS mouse at work. I think I will buy another Logitech mouse to replace this one.
As someone who also has consistently bought Logitech keyboards and mice, I agree on the durability/price point- but Logitech mice have never been very ergonomic. I think Microsoft excels in this area with their mice, and I'll probably get one of theirs once my MX518 bites the dust. What don't you like about the mouse at work, other than the brand?