Looks like Netscape introduced a
Is there any end to the crapness of this product ?
Hopefully somebody's new year's resolution will be
to write a good browser for Linux.
Going back to my previous mail about dodgyfone
I'm pretty sure that there just weren't enough time
slices available for all the callers and that's why it screwed
up for a while. The same thing happened in Japan.
I briefly considered trying to make a bet that this would happen but I
couldn't get odds. Just wondering if anybody else had a similiar idea and
managed to make a
Sorry for all the OT-ness.
sdempsey at iol.iesdempsey at emhain.wit.iesdempsey at tssg.wit.ie
win v lin is like auto versus stick shift. One is easy but
lacks control , the other gives greater speed but is
hell in traffic - overheard
----- Original Message -----
From: Fergal Daly <fergal at esatclear.ie>
To: Diarmaid O'Loughlin <dollar at csn.ul.ie>; Irish Linux Users Group
<ilug at skynet.csn.ul.ie>
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2000 4:27 PM
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Doh. Y2k bug?
> At 16:13 02/01/00 +0000, Diarmaid O'Loughlin wrote:
> >My aunt was some sort of project manager on this web page. Look at the
> >date ! is this some thing to do with java script of the server it's on?
> >Funny to see the look on her face when she saw it!
> >http://www.dairygold.ie/>> Looks fine to me - "Sunday, January 2, 2000" , but I'm in windows 95 with
> netscape 4,
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