One of the the Ex-Patriots [sic] (Flash player required) lives down the hall. The modernish Irish music (including profanity and mature themes!) is an interesting break from the mainstream. There are a couple free MP3's on their site if you want to give them a listen.
Posts from December 2, 2001
Wherever I see you two, I see you two.
-- Hodges, who swore he meant to say that, really
I have 173 meals left on my meal plan. I had 304 for the semester. I have two weeks left to eat, which means I can use a maximum of 38 meals before I leave. I need a smaller meal plan.
That's right, Opera 6.0 for Windows has been unleashed on the general public. Many bugs have been fixed since 6.0 Beta 1. The release isn't as stable / bug-free as I'd like it to be, but it's still a solid browser and what I use full time. In fact, I've run into very few major problems, only occasional crashes.
As expected, there are several reviews for Opera 6.0. I'll include some of those later. First, check out the official word from Opera Software. Interested in what's changed since Beta 1? Check out Brett Tabke's changelog. Add that to the Opera 6.0 Beta 1 changelog from Opera Software and you can get a pretty accurate picture of what's up with the new version.
And now for the reviews:
- Continued comments from a Web Design Community
- Reviews from a Pro-Microsoft Community
- BetaNews.com User Reviews: page 1 - page 2
- CNet.com User Reviews: page 1 - page 2
It might not be the right time for a new user to try out Opera 6.0, but definitely keep it in mind the next time you get frustrated with your current browser.