Tag Archives: Safari
In Safari 3.
The New Version of Gmail, which I was at first underwhelmed to try (since it looks and performs almost exactly like the old regular one), is actually really, really important: The Google Talk in-browser chat finally works with Safari. This bug can be … Continue reading
Let’s say that you are trying to get firefox to look as much as Safari as possible. Even with the right themes and extensions, there’s still a little detail that gives the secret away: that pesky little “Go To” button … Continue reading
Most civilized platforms have pretty good web browsers by default (e.g. Safari on the Mac, Epiphany on Gnome, Konqueror on KDE…). Unfortunately, these browsers are generally lagging behind the obvious pack leader : Firefox. For instance, most browsers based on … Continue reading
The first time I saw Yojimbo, I thought it was a neat piece of software. It was not the first information manager out there – DevonThink, StickyBrain/SohoNotes and Hog Bay Notebook were there already – but it was the first … Continue reading
As far as good web browsers go, Mac users really have a lot of choice nowadays. When Safari is not good enough (for non-standard compliant websites for example) you can always resort to the good old Firefox, or its more … Continue reading
Brief followup: the WebKit ChangeLog is not dead, it just moved to a CIA-based system.
I’d like to be able to backup most of our “important” stuff – i.e. the email database, the iphoto database and pictures (including tags and other things), our letters, spreadsheets and office documents, etc. This amounts to something like 6-7GB, … Continue reading
I was thrilled to find out that the new Yahoo! mail is now out of beta and that even I, the lowly owner of a french account, am now able to use it. Unfortunately, between the beta and now all … Continue reading
Also, I need to learn how not to put all the info in the post title. A little less than twice the size of the Linux binary, and more than three times bigger than the windows binary! Fortunately this is … Continue reading