Tuesday, January 04, 2011


I had to download Firefox to get one particular website to work, but even now I've given it a trial run, I still disapprove. I'm sticking with Internet Explorer for everything else.

I tend to automatically disapprove of anything computer-related that is trumpeted as being 'better than what normal people use'. This is why I will never go within a mile of a Mac. Even though I went to school with Robert Webb. Advertising just turns me off.

Nor can I imagine ever putting my fingers to a dvorak keyboard. Yuck.


Anonymous said...

What about chrome? It's easier than both and there's no haughty pretentiousness about it either. There's something annoying about apple that I can't put my finger on. It just seems like some clique I'm going to have to get used to. Wait a minute this is your blog whoops!
Keep on truckin' zoomy.

Ubuntu said...

I went to school with Marty Casey of Lovehammers, and even-though that has nothing to do with Firefox, that's what I use. (Firefox, not Marty.)

Speaking of Google, and who doesn't? 'They' are way too into collecting information without consent to be my sedan on the electron highway. So I stay away from Chrome, however I do like Google for my search engine. I'm a horrible person. :{