current versions work on windows and linux systems. while it is too early to see exactly how phoenix will stack up against other browsers, the release notes give some insight into the project's ultimate goals.current browser bloat is to be trimmed, with an emphasis on increasing the speed and decreasing the size of the browser.When maybe it would be acceptable if we simply started by learning how to change a flat.
In his youth, Caspar Walsh seduced countless women – then rejected them.He describes the heady thrill of conquest, and the self-loathing that led him to uncover the real reasons for his sex addiction I met a Parisian woman in London in my early 20s who looked every inch the French film star.netscape/mozilla might be trendy and perhaps even superior in some ways to internet explorer, but corporate users will need a concrete, substantial reason to switch browsers en masse again.i doubt many it managers have gotten over the mess that was netscape 4. everyone is touting that their latest browser is lighter and lighter–everyone, that is, except microsoft.At the end of nearly every week, I go to that ‘thumbs-up’ list, screenshot a picture of the new songs I liked, send them to my husband, and before the weekend’s done they magically appear on my playlist. But, one song that’s not on my playlist, but probably should be, is an out-of-this-world 1962 classic sung by Jet Screamer with a bodacious drum solo by none other than George Jetson, called Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah (that means I Love You). Initially this ‘old space dad’ was so nervous to perform alone that he even tried to hide under his drum set.
But rock star Jet Screamer encourages George by saying, ‘’, to live life fully and fearlessly, is certainly a wonderful way show someone you love them.
user customization also appears to be big, with a new bookmark manager and a completely customizable toolbar.
more details can be found on the phoenix project page. what the world needs now is some good competition in the browser space, but i just don't see it happening anytime soon.
Zoom, Zoom, Zooming into the present, there’s a country song out this summer by Brett Eldredge where he complains that he can’t change the world; heck, he can’t even change a flat! Apparently, our brains prioritize everything bad over anything good because they are wired that way. To make matters worse, negative experiences are sticky…meaning they stick in your brain’s long-term memory instantly. and founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom.
But, in the long list of things he laments he can’t do, he says he finally finds “”. So, what about those awesome experiences…well, they can be sticky too…IF you intentionally dedicate a good 12 seconds or more to appreciate them. This is likely why so many people never get past the list of things they can’t do to finally find something they’re good at.
You might say that my musical interests are, let’s go with, eclectic.