The Economist explains: How might your choice of browser affect your job prospects? Continue reading The Economist explains: How might your choice of web browser affect your job prospects?
Remember my last post about how Thunderbird didn’t have a proper import/export function? Since then I discovered, installed and used ImportExport Tools to allow me to import Mbox-formatted mail archives into my main Thunderbird installation. I was able to easily bring all the messages from my Windows Thunderbird install into my OpenBSD Thunderbird, and now … Continue reading ImportExport Tools: A Thunderbird essential
Today in Click, I rant about the Thunderbird e-mail client, which is only too happy to import your e-mail from another application but isn’t quite so free and friendly when it comes to exporting that mail out of the Mozilla-based program. Continue reading Thunderbird flies in the face of reason
But Blogger Beta will play with Internet Explorer 5 for Mac. And as I wrote previously, since you can’t code HTML automatically as you can with IE 6 and Firefox, It’s almost as easy to send e-mail posts. One thing you can do, even in IE 5, is select and create post labels. Does it … Continue reading The pages might not have loaded as quickly …
There doesn’t really need to be This Old Browser, because I cover these issues in This Old Mac and This Old PC. But since the subject at hand is … old browsers, I felt it appropriate to begin a blog about old software on a platform built with new … software, namely Blogger Beta. Since … Continue reading This Old Browser