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Finally, a test of mobile posting…

By Brian | February 24, 2006 | Share on Facebook

Excuse the interruption, folks.  I’m clearing out my To Do list from a long time ago, and I’m finally getting around to defining the e-mail posting style in my style sheet.  If this works, I should be able to e-mail posts to the blog without any of you being any the wiser.

We’ll see…

Topics: Tech Talk | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “Finally, a test of mobile posting…”

  1. Anonymous says at December 17th, 2006 at 3:49 am :
    I am having trouble with my Internet explorer.It is doing some very odd things.Sometimes it will completely close the page i am visiting for no reason or it will be very slow loading pages and when i say slow i mean very very very slow for eg i tried to google something and after 10 minutes of the page trying to load i gave up.I thought that it was perhaps the topic i was searching so i tried putting in random things to see if that made any difference but it didn’t.Another problem i had was when i was on a forum and clicked on a link and nothing happened i tried to open a new tab and that wouldn’t work either and it would let me access any options that are in my tools menu.i had to restart my computer.Just to let you know i have high speed Internet connection.Thanks in advance to anyone that helps me with this problem.

  2. Brian says at December 29th, 2006 at 12:54 am :

    Sorry you’re having trouble. You might have more luck if you a) provided more information in your post (what version of IE are you using? What version of Windows?), and b) posted in a forum that was applicable to your question. This post has nothing to do with IE. I suggest this post, which includes my review of IE7, and has a couple of comments about bugs, features, etc. in its thread already.

    That said, based on what little information you provided, I’d guess one of two things: Most likely, there’s a larger problem with your system in general, not with IE (IE should timeout well before 10 minutes, and *nothing* should take that long on a high-speed connection). If that’s not the case, you can try re-installing IE and seeing if that solves the problem right there – maybe the app itself is just corrupt for some reason?

    There is, of course, the virus possibility, but I hate people who shout “Virus!” every time something goes wrong, so I’ll just leave that one right there for now…


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