|cdrom600 on Jul 31, 2003 at 5:03:25 AM (# 535)|
A. If you look in the Backspace of the latest PC Magazine, someone/some company from Japan made a USB-powered coffee warmer. We could use that!?
B. Let's make the browser. But, Holo, I don't think we should make people pay for it because to compete with IE or NS, they're both free...
And I'm all for open-source. How else can we have other people port it to other platforms?
DavidSilverlight on Jul 31, 2003 at 6:27:34 AM (# 536)
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Hmmm, working on building a new browser. I have a suggestion for a feature that I would like to see....
a) It should allow you to hide your HTML/Script.
(sorry, I couldn't resist)
Like Holo suggested, we should call it the "now free" browser while we are building it. When we are done, when people ask the price, the answer will be "one....million......dollars" (spoken like the Dr. Evil from Austin Powers, complete with pinky finger in mouth)
Regarding working on it in a collaborative effort....
I am totally for that, if only for the reason of participating in the discussions with Holophrastic. I can just see it now....
Q) "Why don't we add the ability for the browser to (add feature name here)?
A) You worthless pile of crap!!!!! How could you make such an idiotic suggestion?!!! F--- Off!!!!!
Monte on Jul 31, 2003 at 6:42:03 AM (# 537)
While we're making dumb suggestions, let's make it play MIDI files, whether the end user wants it to or not!
Terry Young on Jul 31, 2003 at 8:08:02 AM (# 538)
A browser that runs compiled scripts... how's that?
cdrom600 on Jul 31, 2003 at 8:56:50 AM (# 539)
Has anyone heard about the next version of Windows? I heard that it will be incompatible with NTFS and FAT and that it will be incompatible with other Windows programs.
Holophrastic on Jul 31, 2003 at 9:25:42 AM (# 540)
database file system -- oh itcould be so much better for so many things.
kgayda on Jul 31, 2003 at 9:26:20 AM (# 541)
By which service pack?