Monthly Archives: December 2007

Netscape Navigator is Dead! Long Live Navigator!

I was a user of Mosaic (which became Internet Explorer) in 1995. Then I used Netscape Navigator, before it was purchased by AOL. I still have the floppy I used on my Macintosh 8100AV. Thanks to Firefox we may now … Continue reading

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The Christmas Gifts

In our extended family, we get lots of baked goods for gifts – biscotti and cookies from my aunt and cousins. I also get a few groceries. The ramen noodles are nice. These are classier, in nicer packaging. Funny, because … Continue reading

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Bob Edwards Weekend

Bob Edwards was one of the reasons I went with XM Radio. Now he is podcasting a weekend edition to his show. In fact, XM Radio has started podcasting multiple programs. Sweet! Technorati Tags: podcasts

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Tea Party 08

I’ve been following Ron Paul’s campaign for President since his announcement to run. Today was my first experience attending a political rally for Dr. Paul. He wasn’t there, but about 60 supporters from the San Francisco Bay Area gathered at … Continue reading

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A Couple of Safari Pros and Cons

I’m still running Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger). The latest version of Safari seems to be more stable. So far, it hasn’t hung up on some JavaScript sites and I’m now able to use GoogleDocs. On the down side, GMail … Continue reading

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