ok. it’s petty, i know. And I’m sure it happens to all of us. But it *is* annoying when you start a conversation about something that bothers you (like how MS Live services don’t support Firefox), and then three months later
I know, I know. That’s how it works when 15 million people read his blog and not so many read mine (btw thanks for reading mine, I appreciate each and every one of you… now, Scoble couldn’t say that!)
Maybe one day, when
It was interesting to re-read my rant on the Live Mail beta. I checked back into Hotmail/Live Mail today for the first time in ages, and you can now reply (previously, as reported, Microsoft didn’t think replying was critical functionality for email – if you’re a Firefox user, that is). I’m sure I read somewhere earlier this week about Microsoft reducing the amount of advertising they included on their Live services… that doesn’t seem to be true, yet. It would certainly make for an improvement to the user experience.
well… here’s a crazy way of abbreviating a long word that I’ve never seen before. They call it a ‘numeronym’ because you count and show the number of letters between the first and last letter… what do you reckon?
damn. W3C are using that crazy abbreviation too….
Greg Olsen’s toolkit. “This toolkit provides resources for a variety of situations. Pick and choose what’s appropriate for your’s.” via http://darmano.typepad.com
yep, it’s a piss-take, but it makes more sense to me than Guy Kawasake’s advice to bloggers ;)