two weeks ago, Molly (of WaSP fame) asked the question "Who do you blog for?" on her blog. This made me ask myself the same question, then wonder about why I started blogging, which in turn led me to think about why I stopped. This is a rather personal, possibly pointless and unstructured rant about the chain of thoughts that followed...
About a week ago, yet another major natural disaster struck upon us. A powerful earthquake, measuring 7.6 on the Moment magnitude scale, struck in the bordering regions of Pakistan, India, and Afghanistan. Thousands have already been killed, many more thousands are in desperate need of our immediate support!
Although it may be the least exciting Opera release ever when it comes to new features and functionality, version 8.5 is a major milestone in Opera's ten year history; as Opera Eliminates Ad Banner and Licensing Fee!
This post is just to create an easy to access overview of Secunias security issue resolution statistics for the major web browsers. Mostly for my own usage, but as others may find I've decided to post it to the blog. All graphs are linked to the corresponding product's vulnerability report at Secunia.
I don't know what they talked about last week in Stockholm, but hopefully news of the LifeStraw reached the world's diverse water community as well. The LifeStraw is a water purification tool that has the potential of becoming one of the greatest life-savers in modern history.
Opera is celebrating its 10 year anniversary today. Although the online anniversary party has ended, the anniversary site is still available with games, historic imagery, transcripts from the IRC sessions and several other treats. Oh; and there's party favors for everyone, $39 worth of party favors...
Ok, so I'll have to admit that I've given T&B Hansen a rather hard time for their unresponsiveness to my email inquiries. Even though they still aren't replying to my emails, they're doing some things I really appreciate as well, so here's some well earned praise.