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Monthly Archives: December 2004
Top journo and Palimpsest resident William Shaw now has a blog: http://singingslowly.ebloggy.com/
Al and I have created the Graham Parsnip blog (http://sliceofparsnip.blogspot.com) as usual with me, using the Blogger system. Parsnip is a spoof science fiction author, who first appeared on Palimpsest (http://palimpsest.org.uk/phpBB2) earlier this year. But Al reckons the stuff is … Continue reading
Original: http://www.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=04/12/02/1610202&from=rss Internet Firefox for power users Wednesday December 08, 2004 (02:00 PM GMT) By: Daniel Rubio The Mozilla Firefox browser has garnered wide attention for its capabilities, compared to its predecessor Mozilla and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. But in addition … Continue reading
Good article on choosing Openoffice.org over M$ Office (from http://www.pc-tools.net/comment/openoffice/ ) : There are some very good reasons to use OpenOffice.org instead of Microsoft Office, and the best reasons have nothing to do with cost of the software. Although I … Continue reading