(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Specially when you read through the Q&A session that Opera’s CEO Jon S. von Tetzchner, held not long ago, and you find gems like this one: Question from Roger: “How do you cope with being the top innovator in the field of browser features, usability and flexibility while in the … Continue reading Keeping Yourself At the Top Is not Always That Difficult, Is It?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) … Just when you finish up reading controversial weblog posts like this one: opera moving in the firefox direction you end up bumping into web sites like this one: Firefox Experiments With Keyboard Navigation or this entire weblog: FirefoxOpera – Getting Firefox to emulate Opera…. Doesn’t it make you wonder … Continue reading FireFoxOpera – Who Would Have Thought That …?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) And here we go again, this time with a third weblog entry regarding the recent Q&A session with Opera’s CEO Jon S. von Tetzchner. But instead of just commenting on some of Jon’s answers I am just going to mention some of the most refreshing and amusing quotes I went … Continue reading Priceless Quotes
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) You probably knew I would create another weblog about this particular topic since I have been a big fan of web standards all along as you can see from previous weblog entries I posted a few days ago. I just cannot be more glad to hear that Opera is still … Continue reading Continued Commitment to Web Standards Support
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) As you may have seen / read already Opera’s CEO, Jon S. von Tetzchner, has just published the first round of Q&A that he has carried out with questions from other Opera users. And, like Opera Watch, Louis or Haavard, I am going to make some comments about the overall … Continue reading “I Use Opera for Everything”
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) If you are one of those folks who is sitting in front of the computer more than what you would want, rather be it for work or just in your own personal time, I am sure you are very well aware of the risks you are taking w.r.t. your health … Continue reading How To Sit at a Computer
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I meant to create a weblog entry on this subject a few days ago but I just couldn’t get my hands on it till today, so I thought I would share it over here now. As you well know I have been using Opera for a number of years and … Continue reading Learning Something New Everyday
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Ever since I moved out to Gran Canaria, where I have lived now for about one year and seven months, most of my friends, family and colleague workers have asked me to share with them what it is like living in such a beautiful island. And after all that time … Continue reading Pictures of the Week Now Open !
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I seriously doubt it, I am afraid. And I will explain why. If you go into the following news article:: REVIEW: New Opera Browser Fails at Basics, published a little while ago and which I got my hands on through a good friend of mine, you will see that Anick … Continue reading Is It Really Opera’s Fault?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I am sure that by now most of those folks who have been using Opera 8 or, at least, have visited the web site itself, have seen the superb tutorials that nontroppo has put together to show some of the most popular features from Opera’s latest version. The tutorials themselves … Continue reading What Is Nontroppo’s Wonderful World of Visual Tutorials Missing?