For the first time in several years, Apple Computer may not provide a live feed of its opening keynote presentation at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco.
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however, next Tuesday is going to be one of those multiple posting days, as i`m assured there is wireless access at the keynote and i`ll posting live as details are unveiled from the keynote.
in other news, for firefox users trying to get some more ooomph out the browser here`s a tip that i found here:
# Hit Control+T to open a new tab.
# Type about:config and hit enter.
# Scroll down to where it says network.http.pipelining
# Double click to change this value to true.
# One below this you should see network.http.pipelining.maxrequests
# Double click this box and change the 4 to 8 [ed.: some sources suggest 30 or 100 instead of 8, which may conceivably seriously tax some web servers do what you will and may god have mercy on your soul, speed demons].
# Scroll down to where it says network.http.request.max-start-delay (makes the page start to render as soon as your browser starts recieving information)
# Double click and change the value 10 to 0.
# FireFox should now run much faster.
good luck and may the force be with you.