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December, 2004

  • Peter Torr's Blog

    How can I trust Firefox?

    [Fixed issues with images; sorry] [Removed the clear=all problem; thanks for pointing it out] [Added a follow-up post here ] Recently, a lot of volunteers donated money to the Firefox project to pay for a two-page advert in the New York Times . If only...
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    I love Slashdot

    The comments from my last post are still coming in thick and fast. Thanks to everyone who didn't just swear at me (and if I didn't approve your comment, it was because it had too much profanity in it). First things first: I was wrong about uninstalling...
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    Career Update

    Just thought I’d let people know that I have moved from the Visual Studio Tools for Office team to the Secure Windows Initiative team. Exactly what that means for my blogging activities, I don’t yet know. I haven’t really been doing much of...
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    Changing Abstractions in an Object Model is Hard

    Up until recently, I was working on a rather large spec for an as-yet-un-announced product. The majority of the spec consisted of class definitions and the details surrounding their interactions, but there was also a rather large conceptual component...
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    Happy Holidays

    Thanks to all my readers, hope you have a happy and safe %HOLIDAY% . I'll be off-line for a few days, so no comments will get moderated until I return. What a way to end the year ! ;-)
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    A note about comments

    Thanks to the people who leave legitimate comments on the blog -- I really appreciate it. Unfortunately if you just leave simple comments like "Nice post" it is very hard to tell them apart from spam comments. This means that they may get accidentally...
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