Buzz Out Loud Podcast 1159: Wear clean underpants on the Internet
We discover that the Internet is just as dangerous as outside, which means you need to wear clean underwear. Natali also invents the IPADBJÖRN for all you iPad-wanters who need to use it hands-free. And we declare Donald Bell Emperor Pimp of portable ent
We discover that the Internet is just as dangerous as outside, which means you need to wear clean underwear. Natali also invents the IPADBJÖRN for all you iPad-wanters who need to use it hands-free. And we declare Donald Bell Emperor Pimp of portable entertainment devices.
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iiNet slays Hollywood in landmark piracycase
Meanwhile Italy goes in the opposite direction
Amazon buys TouchCo
Monster buys HotJobs
Government Investigating Prius Brakes http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/02/04/national/main6173425.shtml
iPad gets many textbook publisher deals
AT&T will allow Sling over3G
Young people don’t really blog anymore
Kickers and Science
Jailed Mobster Plays Real-Life Mafia Wars on Facebook
USPTO Won’t Accept Upside DownFaxes
Mike in Dayton on the portability of the iPad
Wednesday you talked about how negligent certain enterprises are to
continue using IE6. Well my current employer makes me use IE6 and
will not let me upgrade. It’s so frustrating, espectially since
dozens of websites — including facebook and twitter and youtube –
remind me right at the top that I “may want to upgrade my browser.”
I may want to, but I cannot.
J.R. in Philly
You posed somewhat of a question in yesterday’s BOL episode about who still
uses Netscape. If Netscape Messenger is considered part of Netscape the
Browser, then look no further than your friendly neighborhood National
Security Enterprise (formerly known as Nuclear Weapons Complex) facility.
Just a few months ago, we were still using Netscape to process classified
emails. We finally switched to Lotus Notes. Now we’re waiting to get
upgraded from IE6 and Office 2003.