* Posts by TC1

7 posts • joined 27 Jan 2010

Facebook to get IN YOUR FACE with video ads

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Re: GreaseMonkey...

+FBPurity

+AdBlockPlus

=WIn

End of an era as Firefox bins 'blink' tag

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Go

Now all they need to do is...

Get rid of scrolling marquees.

Mind mapping for IT pros

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Pint

Another good one...

The Brain - I've been using this one for since 98 (featured in Byte magazine!) and it's pretty good and easy to use. It's come a long way since then in terms of functionality and there are a couple of different versions available from personal to enterprise level, and also cross platform.

Angry Birds tweet fury at Redmond

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Coat

Simple explaination for everything...

They obviously haven't seen M$'s blank cheque thru the post yet?

Mine the one going 'weah heh.. uhhehh.. oink..' : @ )

Geek tech firm loses Jedi credentials

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Coat

In other news...

It was reported that the church of Jedi realigned to Mandaeanism and rebranded to avoid any issues associated with the heathen Lucasfilm following, and so they could continue wearing their robes.

Mine's the one with the floppy hood...

Apple ad-addled OS scheme resurfaces

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Jobs Horns

Hacketty hack hack hack...

If they're gonna offer a free Ads supported version (which will end up hacked to buggery) then fine... whatever.... but if this is gonna be implemented on a paid product, just like the flipping adverts on paid DVDs that cant be skipped... I DONT THINK SO... It won't be long til we see WGA style crap and all manner of hackery to kill it.

Prolific hacker releases PlayStation exploit

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Welcome

Izz naize

Congrats man, but people, for the love of all things good, don't screw us all by using the hack just for copied games. Make us proud! Give us a decent media player/centre that plays everything including Internet streams, some funky OS with its full hardware support, and other fun stuff, but please lets not piss off Sony and all the game companies even more?

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