Someone is having fun on the New York Craigslist. First there was the Equal Opportunity Boyfriend personal ad (a trimmed-down version of this old joke) and now there is Greetings Earthwoman, a personal ad from an alien from the planet Krobernorz. At least these ads are creative, far better than the typical “I’m horny, come on over” ads typically found in the Craigslist personals. For some good laughs, check out the Best of Craigslist.
Mozilla 1.0: Word on the street is that Mozilla 1.0 will be released very soon, possibly today or tomorrow. When that happens, Netscape 4.x is officially dead in my eyes. Update: Indeed, they have released Mozilla 1.0 today. Congratulations!
Matt Haughey has learned that Netscape 4.0 Communicator Final was officially released on June 11, 1997. By strange coincidence that is the exact same day and year CamWorld started.
I’m not surprised at all. Now it appears that Microsoft may be behind the funding of a new study that criticizes open source software as being too insecure and vulnerable to attack. I’ll say it again, do you really want to trust a company that resorts to such alleged tactics with your personal and private data? Yeah, I didn’t think so.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at June 5, 2002 06:15 PM