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K. Praslowicz 5:11pm, 19 February 2009
1) Do you use RSS in any way?
2) Do you use Internet Explorer 6?

No real point, except for professional curiosity. Though if you say yes to 2, I'm going to plead that you upgrade. ;)
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maxcaven 9 years ago
1. I subscribe to quite a few blogs, and my blog has a feed. I also superscribe to some podcast, those are updated with rss.

2. no firefox/minefield and chrome.
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Randall Cottrell 9 years ago
1] nope

2] nope
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N. Lindstrom Photo 9 years ago
1. No

2. Whatever the current Explorer upgrade is
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lcarlson 9 years ago
1. No
2. No- firefox ftw.
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Hambone Lewinski Posted 9 years ago. Edited by Hambone Lewinski (admin) 9 years ago
RSS ruined my professional life.

<!--[if IE 6]>
<script>
$("html").css("display", "none");
</script>
<![endif]-->

(I have no idea if that actually works)

Jason
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1. Yes. I subscribe to multiple blogs and such.

2. No! I use Firefox. I can't live without it. I've tried others such as Safari and nothing beats Firefox IMO.
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JustinSinks 9 years ago
1. Yes, i do
2. Nope, I use firefox (though, Im getting pretty pissed at it. It seems to keep getting slower and slower and slower and less stable...)
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#1 Not Really

#2 I use Firefox.
brandonransom 9 years ago
1. Yes, for podcasts.

2. Camino (mozilla based Mac specific)/ Firefox at home, IE6/7 at work.
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K. Praslowicz 9 years ago
Good. No IE-Sixers yet. About once a month I get so pissed at it for burning up an extar hours of my time at work, that I feel the need to campaign against it and get at least one more person to upgrade.
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Drew C 9 years ago
extar? sounds like a new kodak film... or leica lens
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Or German Luger
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K. Praslowicz 9 years ago
Shush. I type with an accent.
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duluthiscool 9 years ago
IE 6 has a better FTP client than IE 7 ... or at least more user friendly for the masses that cannot use a command line ftp client ... However Firefox rules. Generally. RSS? Yes.
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Karl W. 9 years ago
nope
nope,

I use safari is my main web browser, then opera, then firefox. if you wanted to know.
enchanted afternoon [deleted] 9 years ago
Nope.
And I use AOL. On dial-up.
sunny00_04 9 years ago
no
net-zero
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maxcaven 9 years ago
you dial up people can still use other browser, just dial up, then run your other choice of browser.
enchanted afternoon [deleted] 9 years ago
Oh, no, I was just kidding about dial-up and AOL. I said that because nobody uses AOL and certainly nobody dials-in anymore.....do they???
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N. Lindstrom Photo 9 years ago
My boss does, in all 3 of our stores. Had to put a new modem in his tower a couple weeks ago...........=frustration......
hypnotic month [deleted] 9 years ago
yes.
Firefox. :D
Captain Campion 9 years ago
i did use dial up until a couple years ago and i might be tempted to do so again solely cuz i am cheap and soon i will not have roommates hounding me about the internet ... course i will also be able to get onto the computer at home again too so maybe i will spring for the good stuff .... oppps and then i almost forgot :
(1) nope
and
(2) whatever my "brillant, computer saive" roommate put on the computer (insert eye roll and very sarcastic laugh here)
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maxcaven 9 years ago
you can get free unlimited dial up, all the isp's have setup/trial accounts they always leave on and there open. you just use your OS's dialer and put in number username and password. I used it for a whole summer when my mom refused to pay the dsl bill, she felt wronged over something and wanted it fixed.
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