"Heh, remember iframes?" you chuckle to yourself, reminiscing, "remember those?"
Your coworker looks at you with a quizzical look. "Iframes? We still use those all over the site."
You glance at the calendar. It is 2006.
"Oh-Oh no.." You stammer.
"Anyway, it looks like we're gonna have to take those transparent PNGs off the homepage," your coworker continues, "it looks like internet explorer doesn't support them."
You would scream, but only bonzi buddy would hear
Mozilla is shutting down their IRC servers and moving to Discord, a proprietary chat service.
Hey Mozilla, aren't we forgetting something here? Our very own "Mozilla Pledge for a Healthy Internet” states:
> Principle 2 The internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible.
> Principle 6 The effectiveness of the internet as a public resource depends upon interoperability (protocols, data formats, content), innovation and decentralized participation worldwide.
After all this time I still find my PICO-8 implementation of Flying Toasters really soothing: https://noelle.codes/toasters.html
i hate IT
thanks @zoddo for being our saviour, once again
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Falkon, KDE's modern web browser, has reached version 3.1! You can now write and run plugins in QML, enjoy better and more stable support for Python plugins and improved integration with KDE's Plasma desktop.
this release tag sounds oddly familiar
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