Friday, January 06, 2006

The Supreme Court Killed My Browser

I started using Firefox because it seemed to be a better, more user friendly browser not long ago. Then, in the middle of a long post while I was trying to download a document from the Supreme Court website, everything crashed. I lost the post AND my entire list of bookmarks! Many of the blogs I had there I have not linked to on the blogroll, so if you wonder why I haven't visited your blog lately... well, that's why.


Blogger TexasFred bloody well said...

Well, aren't you glad to have The Texas Connection on your site?? :)

06 January, 2006 23:21  
Blogger Little Miss Chatterbox bloody well said...

Love the title of this post :-).

07 January, 2006 01:01  
Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden bloody well said...

01 07 06

Sorry you lost some data!

07 January, 2006 03:27  
Blogger Blenster bloody well said...

My one and only real criticism of Firefox is the bookmarks file system. I recommend installing the firefox bookmark backup plugin.

I lost all of my bookmarks once and that was enough for me! Hopefully they will include this as a feature in future releases. It is the only area I think that IE might be better in (using actual files for shortcuts makes it easier to reconstruct in the event of data failure - though there remain risks inherent in using shortcuts in general for web-based content, hence Firefox's solution).

09 January, 2006 10:49  
Blogger Robosquirrel bloody well said...

Hey, thanks Blenster, will do!

09 January, 2006 11:48  

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