If you look at the standard compliance of the browsers in the Windows '98 era, IE had better CSS support and a much compliance support for w3c recommendations than the offering that Netscape had.
On top of that I loved Netscape 3, but Netscape 4 was a bloated piece of crap.
Microsoft copies Apple's idea and makes it difficult to develop apps for your own use.
Why should I pay $99 / year if all the apps that I develop are for own and family use?
I would rather buy a nexus device in the absence of a similar option from Microsoft.
Microsoft has a equivalent to Hadoop known as Dryad.
They should have open-sourced Dryad a long time ago.
I wonder what is going to happen to Dryad with this focus on Hadoop.
or Levy's constant 3.275822918 billion
... IPV9 already around.
Redmond doesn't have a Walmart....
If its just the click result for some weird search words then I would say Microsoft was being very clever.
If Microsoft is exclusively using Google's click-through data for the all the popular search words then Microsoft is cheating.
Microsoft's H.264 addon for Firefox has a bad memory leak.
So this might be bad for Chrome.
Replied to wrong thread! Sorry.
Not quite true. See Bellard's formula and Bailey's formula on which it is based.
Bailey–Borwein–Plouffe formula lets you calculate the n-th digit of pi without calculating the n-1 digits.
I wonder what formula was used to calculate the digit here.
Things are not as simple as they seems at first. - Edward Thorp