For those who didn’t know; RFC Standard ftp://ftp.demon.co.uk/pub/news/doc/so1036.txt “signatures”: short closing texts, auto-matically added to the end of articles by posting agents, identifying the poster and giving his network addresses Continue Reading »
I have to explain this frequently; so here’s the long version. A lot of people get confused, and sometimes mad, when they find out that all the netscape.public.mozilla.* usenet newsgroups Continue Reading »
For audio bloggers everywhere; please listen to Maciej Ceglowski‘s, Audioblogging Manifesto. I have at times considered doing an audio post, but now remember why I never choose to. It never Continue Reading »
You’ve seen how many forums there are for Mozilla and Netscape, right? Including developer forums, there’s no way a normal human being can keep up, let alone participate. And so, Continue Reading »
You may have noticed that my blog template has been changing. I’m still fiddling around with it, trying to find what I like, without a drastic contrast to ilias.ca.
Holger Metzger sent me this a couple of days ago to test out. It is instructions on how to update K-Meleon to use the latest Gecko core. It worked like Continue Reading »
You know that great feature in the Mozilla Application Suite and Netscape7, that lets you choose whether you want your browser to open with your homepage, a blank page, or Continue Reading »
And the award for best blog template goes to… Christopher Aillon Gotta love that picture.
As I stated in a previous post, duplicate RSS items is my #1 Thunderbird bug. I recently decided to look for alternatives. Stand-alone RSS readers are out of the question. Continue Reading »