Any references to back this up ?
I was reinstalling the laptop the other day and installed FF 3.5. Used it for an hour, uninstalled and replaced with 3.0. A fresh install of 3.5 on a faster hard drive was noticeably slower than a well used 3.0 on an older hardware. Not just the start-up, but a regular use too. To me, personally, no amount of new features can justify that. So unless 3.6 comes with a performance fixes - thanks, but no.
It seems like a good time to re-pimp my dnsfix utility that undoes the effects of their NS response mangling. I wrote six years ago when VeriSign tried to pull the exact same NX proxying bullshit with its SiteFinder "service".
1. In Vancouver it rains only once, but for 6 months. Oct/Nov through Mar/Apr.
2. Unbelievably expensive real estate.
A very nice place otherwise.
This is neat, but I would rather have the exact opposite - an ability to answer landline calls on my cell, when I am in the house.
And it was pretty dumb, so gotta wonder why someone would post it
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