It’s here! Firefox 1.0 is out. Are you using Firefox yet? Well, if not, or if you just want to update to 1.0, then you can download it here or from FeFNet or a myriad of other websites out there. The moral of the story is you should be using a browser that’s not Internet Explorer. Wonder why? That’s another post in itself, but I’ll just warn you that Internet Explorer is full of security holes, especially if you haven’t updated to Windows XP Service Pack 2. Don’t know what that is? Confused by everything I’m typing? Leave a comment and we’ll get back to you.
From The New York Times:
Boston Wins Series, 4-3: Back From Dead, Red Sox Bury Yankees and Go to Series
It was actually happening. The nerd was kissing the homecoming queen. Paper was beating scissors; scissors were beating rock. Charlie Brown was kicking the football. The Red Sox were beating the Yankees for the American League pennant.
ESPN.com: Page 2 – Talkin’ some baseball
The Giants have scored 600 of their 787 runs in innings when Bonds steps to the plate.
When he walks, the Giants average 1.09 runs per inning. When he doesn’t walk, the Giants average 0.95 runs per inning.
And when he’s intentionally walked, the Giants average 1.25 runs per inning.
Based on that, it’s clear to me that teams should pitch to Bonds more often.
Maybe it’s good enough, but it’d be cool to have the original Star Wars movies on DVD. Oh well, I guess I’ll settle for the Super-Special Edition or whatever they want to call this DVD release. I’m still a Star Wars fan, so I’ll probably end up getting these movies sometime.
This is a good list of open source software. Most of the programs are well-developed and well-supported, so I highly recommend them! Also, if you haven’t seen the Wikipedia, you should check it out.