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Sounds a bit like M$
"We're releasing every day so if it doesn't work we can just fix it tomorrow...." - sounds like the release system used by everyone's 'favorite' OS manufacturer.
Also, there's nothing I hate worse than needing to perform updates frequently, and my bandwidth being eaten by a computer downloading updates in the background doesn't appeal either.
this will help to generate some higher quality FOTWs.
The last few have been substantially lacking in unreasoned screaming.
Maybe some flamres will use this and realise that they are not using enough unsubstantiated invective.
Hold on a second...
@Martin Owens 03:07 GMT
> Is for a large number of website developers to ban people coming to their websites using IE
> 7 or lower. (Me I just ban all internet explorer, but I'm a jerk).
> Give them a link to Firefox or some other browser and ask them kindly to use something
> better. Something easier to develop for.
Isn't the idea to enhance the user experience, not wind them up so they don't want to use your product anymore?
It's all very well expecting Tecchies to come back on another browser, but most standard users I know barely know what a browser is.
All they know is that they connect to the internet using the icon on the desktop.
At the end of the day if I want customers to use my website, I need to make it accessible to THEM, not me.
He would have gotten away with it too, if it hadn't been for those pesky kids
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