November 22, 2003

The Burning Edge

The Burning Edge - Mozilla Firebird nightly build blog is a great place to keep up to date about what is currently happening with the development of Mozilla Firebird.

Posted by Andrew at 02:20 PM

Credit Card Offers

I've recently started up a new site listing credit card offers.

Posted by Andrew at 09:53 AM

November 21, 2003

Mozilla now has form spelling

I wrote last month about the need for textarea spell checking in Mozilla.

Well, it looks like the wait is over.

A working solution has been posted in the Mozillazine forums by Torisugari. I've loaded it onto my Firebird 0.7 build and it's been working great so far. I encourage anyone wanting this functionality in Mozilla or Firebird to give this a try.

Update: 2004.06.18

I've posted a note on how to get the spell check extension working in Firefox 0.9.

Posted by Andrew at 12:54 PM

November 04, 2003

November 02, 2003

Seti@home

I've recently got a Seti@home account (yes, I know I am way behind on the geek curve with this one :-) ).

I've always had fun reading about people tweaking their systems to reduce the amount of time that it takes to compute a Seti@home work unit. Some might almost consider this optimization a sport of sorts. Anyway, my old Pentium II hasn't been doing so bad. I'm been averaging just over 18 hours of CPU time for each completed work unit. Here's to dusting off old computers and putting them to use.

Posted by Andrew at 11:37 PM

November 01, 2003

Crazy November weather

Here in Bloomington, we've been experiencing typical schizophrenic autumn weather. It was into the 70s yesterday and today, and the weather will stay quite warm for a couple more days. Of course, the weather will cool down later; We're expecting temptress near freezing later in the week.

No matter how goofy the weather gets this year, I doubt it will be anything like Bloomington's November in 1950. A quick glance at weather.com's record highs and lows for the month of November shows that it reached 84 on the 1st in 1950 and just a little over three weeks later, on the 24th, it got down to -1.

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