Getting a modern browser

Slashdot found that MS IE6 SP1 will be the last standalone version that Microsoft makes available. Joel on Software writes that he is making Mozilla Firebird his default browser After downloading virtually every Mozilla release over the last three years, this is the first browser I’m actually going to make my default web browser. All …

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TiVo is going to give Nielsen a run for their money.

TiVo collects a lot of information on user’s viewing habits. You can opt-in fully and opt-out fully by calling their customer service line. The company, rightly so, is very paranoid about keeping this information anonymous and secure. First, because it’s a very valuable asset that competitors would love to have. Second, it would be a …

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The Anonymity of Fame

Interesting article on the Washington Times about the popularity of sports message boards in which Sachin Shah mentions how we ended up being roomates at the beginning of this year. "Basically, a lot of us over the years have gotten to know each other on BigSoccer," Shah said. "I know of at least two couples …

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Another tie for DC

Yes, United managed another league tie this past weekend – but this time they scored a goal! Two observations: Ryan Nelsen is the man, both in defense and in midfield. Too bad he got red carded in this game. Nice to see a crowd of 21,00 at RFK to support DC through its worst league …

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England likes the American Keepers

The best quote of the article came from Ivan Gazidis that makes it sound like its no big deal that the biggest club (moneywise) in the world wants an MLS player. “There’s discussions about our top players every day, as clubs around the world express interest on a regular basis.”