I agree with Ryan: I don’t think there is a “Google OS” product. To Google, the “operating system” is the browser, that’s why they’re putting money in Mozilla’s pockets. Too bad Google Documents doesn’t support Opera 9 yet (though if you append “&browserok=true” to the URL, you can at least create documents, not spreadsheets).


§294 · November 27, 2006 · Ajax, Firefox, Google, Opera, QuickLinks, RIA, Software, Technology, Web · Comments Off on Google No-OS ·


Just days after I complained that Opera should release developer tools, they have now done so (in preview form). Go check out this article at Dev.Opera. While they lack the spit and polish of a Firefox tool like Firebug they at least give you the opportunity to inspect your DOM and CSS.


§292 · November 18, 2006 · Opera, QuickLinks, Software, Technology, Web · Comments Off on Opera Preview Developer Tools ·


It’s that time of year again, time for me to give you a glimpse of the restoration job in the latest Looney Tunes Golden Collection. Volume 4 was just released today and I picked it up at my handy, neighborhood Costco for just forty bones.

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§290 · November 14, 2006 · Cartoons, Entertainment · 2 comments ·


Here’s a few quick semi-related items in the world of mobile web geekery, that I thought you might like. Read the rest of this entry …

§289 · November 13, 2006 · QuickLinks, Software, Technology, Web · Comments Off on Rumblings For the Mobile Web ·


I’ve been using Opera 9 as my default browser for the last 6 months and here are some of the features I’d have a hard time living without if I moved back to Firefox. Read the rest of this entry …

§288 · November 10, 2006 · Firefox, Opera, RIA, Software, SVG, Technology, Web · Comments Off on Modern Browser Features ·