Category Archive for 'Firefox'

Links: Jack The Ripper, Kocani, Shortbus, cannibalistic suicide…the usual

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

Jack The Ripper, “Shortbus”, cannibalistic suicide, MS Office 2007, the ten worst electronic games ever, how to handle big Excel-sheets in Office 2007, free anti-virus-software, microsummaries in Firefox 2.0, HDR and Photoshop CS2, MediaEncoder for transcoding in Windows and how to hide files inside JPEG-files.

Mozilla Firefox 2.0 final – out now!

Monday, October 23rd, 2006

This is not announced yet, but you can download the final version of Firefox 2.0 from’s FTP-servers.

Links: Line6, festival, bizarre imagery, Plazer SMS, Firefox 2.0 RC1, Facebook, Grand Central, Tjuvlyssnat, Iconoclast, M600i, keyboard

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

Links: I’ve plugged my Line6 podxt with my Mac (and am dreaming of a new gizmo), beer and whisky-festival-time tomorrow, bizarre imagery presented, Plazer SMS is coming (but will most likely be used much for a while, until it (or a service like it) explodes), Firefox 2.0 RC1 is presented in pretty pictures and notes, I’ve jumped the Facebook bandwagon, Grand Central seems to rock when giving you one single phone-number where you can be reached, Tjuvlyssnat is a great read for snoopy Swedes, Iconoclast may make for interesting TV, The Guardian loves the Sony Ericsson M600i while I present my views on the matter, and last, I’ve finally bought a keyboard for making music.

Microsoft: what, me worry?

Friday, June 30th, 2006

I wonder what Microsoft will do to improve their current, dark situation: they’re kicking 214 sales-persons in the USA, are delaying Office 2007 and are expecting to lose 2.5 million USD per day due to an anti-trust-case.

Links: tech, dissing oki-ni, using encrypted e-mail, et.c.

Monday, June 19th, 2006

Tech, Apple using sweatshop techniques, making a feature-film using just your mobile phone, a wonderful guide on how easy it is nowadays to encrypt your e-mail, I rant on how bad the service from oki-ni has been since I ordered shoes from them, two great extensions to backup your Firefox-stuff with, testing to save money and Criterion’s coming box called “Olivier’s Shakespeare”.