Not that this is any surprise, but it appears as though IE7 requires SP2. We’re getting the itch to check out the new MS browser, but we have our reasons for not wanting to install the nasty update.
Archive for July, 2005
If you’ve ever wanted to host a large file, but didn’t have the bandwidth to do so, there are a few free web based services that will help you out. After a brief infatuation with Dropload, we’ve moved on to bigger and better - though Dropload still serves it purpose for smaller 1:1 transfers. […]
Let’s hope we don’t see a lot of these heading up websites in the near future - but it’s kind of fun, once. Logogle takes the text you type and creates a Google-like logo. They even give you your own personalized Google front-end. You know you love us. Get rid of […]
iTunes has long been a platform which has allowed users to stream music from shared playlists on the LAN, but Apple has ensured that streaming music is securly fastened to the computer in which it resides. Even when you are not listening to AACs bought via the iTMS, iTunes does not provide the interface […]