"Avoid Explorer"

Ah we’ve returned to the days where companies and media have it out over which browser is better, each making their expert analysis and saying “go with this.” However, this time, it’s different. Microsoft’s lacadasical approach to security and good code is starting to bite it in the ass. The BBC has even said “”http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/sci_tech/2000/dot_life/2487651.stm">avoid explorer.

They just keep making stupid mistakes. Like copying the switch campaign. Dumb. And in one final note: Windows users are so jealous, they’ll code software to make their XP box ACT like a Mac. Oh. The humanity. I await the cease and desist from One Infinite Loop, Cupertino, California.

  1. Matías says:

    Nice one.

    Sometimes I wish Mac-Head fanatics would forget about PC bashing and turn back to realize what an amazing computing platform they have and then focus their very UN-lackadaisical energies into doing cool things with something that cannot be duplicated, only imitated.

  2. roboboshi says:

    oh but it can be duplicated. You too can learn of the powers of the light side of the force.

    <a href="http://store.apple.com/" rel="nofollow">Go Shopping</a>.

    But yes, this is nothing new, it's been imitated (poorly) for years.

  3. scott says:

    they call it 'Innovation on Demand' - innovation costs $49.95!

  4. Amber says:

    Thanks for this low calorie alrivnatete Christmas treat. If you really want to treat yourself next Xmas order some Lancashire Cheese and put on a slice of fruit loaf. Drink with a small glass of port.Merry Xmas.

  5. Baww says:

    I would love deviled eggs for dinenr with all the other yummies Lea is having. I always do what Paula Dean does to make for good fluffy eggs. Only Mr. Gnome hates deviled eggs. I can't even have them in the house! The reunion was OK, we had trouble staying awake during the business meeting My mother always enjoys seeing all her cousins, no matter how far removed they are. There were over 300 attendees today. It is sad to see time marching on, the generations passing. I have fond memories of playing with all the other little cousins down at the creek, in my great grandfather's pasture 50+ years ago, but now we're all so old and spoiled that we meet in the air conditioned hall that the family built about 20 years ago when the town seriously became a suburb of Austin rather than just a farming and ranching community. My mother's fortune came from selling the farm she was born on to developers at the height of the 80 s real estate boom . [there, fixed the bad syntax]

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