browser bookmarks toolbar

My bookmarks toolbar listing. Not exactly edifying.

See anything you use on there?

20 responses to “browser bookmarks toolbar

  1. Wot no pr0n? :whistle:

  2. Holy crap! I used Arachnophilia for many years as my main html editor, even before Paul rejected Windows and ported it to Java YEARS ago! Like mid '90s ago. A-mazing. Did you ever use Arachnophilia and fulfill the requirements of the Careware licensing agreement, or just "pirate" it?Oh yeah: I stopped reading slashdot — and The Register — when I stopped working in IT. However, I still have a speed dial set to NOAA

  3. Gmail and My Opera. You should check out Reddit. Lots of subreddits tailored to just about anything. The front page is nice too.

  4. OMG, fun!Originally posted by SharkfinUK:

    Wot no pr0n?

    Not on the front page, lol.Originally posted by JoshuaPhelps:

    You should check out Reddit. Lots of subreddits tailored to just about anything. The front page is nice too.

    You keep mentioning it. I think I need to finally go there.Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Did you ever use Arachnophilia and fulfill the requirements of the Careware licensing agreement, or just "pirate" it?

    Can you believe I actually sent in the GD postcard he requested? I did it with pleasure and wrote all kinds of shit all over it.Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Holy crap! I used Arachnophilia

    Arachnophilia totally taught me HTML back when Geocities allowed FTP upload of custom files. I went into shock when Paul ported it to Java and I could run it on a Linux box after leaving Win95, the last Windows edition that I really owned.Paul Lutus is a good writer. I like his attitude. I may yet shit in a bag and mail it to him. πŸ˜€

  5. Oops. The "GD" postcard mentioned above was not for Arachnophilia, it was a request from some early Linux printing program that had some awful nag screen. I complied and sent in the GD postcard, but I was glad when CUPS replaced that piece of shit.Was it apsfilter?

  6. operainchicago

    Gmail, noaa and Greensboro webcam are sites I use :cheers:

  7. I do keep mentioning it, don't I? LOL.

  8. Originally posted by JoshuaPhelps:

    I do keep mentioning it, don't I?

    Strange that I've never really even been to the reddit site. I'll start looking at it some and see if it's something I can use.—Pr0n was mentioned above. Most of mine these days comes off of tumblr. My sources for it have really changed over the years.

  9. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    Strange that I've never really even been to the reddit site. I'll start looking at it some and see if it's something I can use.

    With all due respect to the Redditors (as they are called), I think I'm too far beyond puberty for Reddit to really titillate me. Not to mention the rampant sexism among other isms.—Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    Pr0n was mentioned above. Most of mine these days comes off of tumblr. My sources for it have really changed over the years.

    The credit card I used for my SuperNews Usenet account expired in April, and I just haven't gotten around to giving them my new card info. Haven't missed it much after 15 years or so, and untold gigabytes of downloaded and deleted data of Usenet.I think my biggest collection was once in excess of 100 GB. We'd have to check with the NSA regarding the accuracy of that figure, although I'm pretty confident in it.

  10. As far as Reddit, there are some sites I repeatedly look at and cannot find a use for. I've glanced at Reddit a few times but am hesitant to add yet another thing to my Internet repertoire as I spend too much time online already. I might like it and/or find it fun or useful, I just hesitate to get into it.We all have "our things" online. Some things that work for others I just cannot get into. Twitter comes to mind. I've never seen the appeal.

  11. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    The credit card I used for my SuperNews Usenet account expired in April

    I used to use Easynews. The similarities we have sometimes.My favorite form of "adult" material was a hi-res pic series of about 200 images per set. I always preferred that over video.Towards the end of when I was using Usenet, the compression schemes used got to be a major PITA. There was always one dropped part nowhere to be found, or the poster would realize it and post the missing part months later.

  12. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    I might like it and/or find it fun or useful, I just hesitate to get into it.

    On second thought, stay clear from reddit. You'll find yourself lost in the vast subreddits and NSFW ones. I regret joining that site.

  13. I'm not kidding. πŸ˜† I'm subscribed to stuff like /r/fullmoviesonyoutube, /r/jenniferlawrence, /r/avacadosgonewild, /r/mildyinteresting, and a few others.

  14. Hey, I'm sure all of the workforce uses their cell at work these days. There's just too much good content that it's impossible not to look at.And niftyorg, you say? I shall check that out.Edit: Holy shit. It's like Literotica!

  15. I don't mind wandering lost. :up: Might do it.

  16. I'll probably end up looking at all that on my mobile while at work.I sometimes read niftyorg between customers.I like being a superior productive employee. πŸ˜‰

  17. Originally posted by JoshuaPhelps:

    Edit: Holy shit. It's like Literotica!

    LOL – he got you. Please say you checked it from work… :devil:

  18. I hate it when customers interrupt my web browsing. Sometimes I wish they would just go away. lol.

  19. My Opera

  20. Hello David!

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