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FYI, the first 64-bit version of VBA was version 7.0 shipped with Office 2010, they just didn't license it to third parties until recently.
Toggle Commented Jul 31, 2013 on AutoCAD 2014 for developers at Through the Interface
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"At the *time of its release* in Q3 2001, IE6 had groundbreaking support for CSS." From what I read, it was not really groundbreaking, but it did have OK support for CSS1. "Later, as MS released IE 4 and 5, which were also incompatible with Netscape, as well as with IE 3, the situation just got worse." Yea, it was around that time that the Web Standards Project was created. "And while Navigator 4.0 had its flaws, it was the debacle that was Netscape 6 that really did them in." Yea, cancelling the Mariner project (Navigator 5) was a big mistake. FYI, see: http://www.mozillazine.org/talkback.html?article=88 http://www.mozillazine.org/talkback.html?article=1524
Toggle Commented May 29, 2011 on Did IE6 Make Web 2.0 Possible? at Coding Horror
Stefankendall: "Net neutrality means simply that all *like* Internet content must be treated alike and move at the same speed over the network. "
Toggle Commented Feb 15, 2011 on The Importance of Net Neutrality at Coding Horror
Not to mention if you want to impersonate someone, in most websites it is only slightly harder to create an account with a fake name to login with than putting a fake name into a Name field, which can be an issue for famous people, which is why I recommend using a verified Facebook, Twitter or Google account whatever possible when they comment on websites.
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2010 on The Dirty Truth About Web Passwords at Coding Horror
"stop trusting every random internet site with a unique username and password! Demand that they allow you to use your internet driver's license -- that is, your existing Twitter, Facebook, Google, or OpenID credentials -- to log into their website." Yep, I pretty much look for this first as a habit nowadays every time I have to login, and it is pretty nice. For example, I am posting this right now with my Google account.
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2010 on The Dirty Truth About Web Passwords at Coding Horror
"The odd choice of archaic DES encryption meant that the passwords they saved were all truncated to 8 characters. " To be more precise, DES-based Unix crypt() hashing, which is weak.
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2010 on The Dirty Truth About Web Passwords at Coding Horror
Yep, I read that the 6-series chipsets don't even have PCI built-in, requiring a bridge for that too.
"I upgraded mine to 4GB RAM, which is its theoretical max. That was the other reason I chose the Acer 1410. Most other netbooks are only capable of 2GB RAM." That is because the Acer 1410 is a higher-end netbook with a Core 2 CULV processor. The Atom memory controllers mostly only support 2GB of RAM.
Toggle Commented Mar 11, 2010 on A Democracy of Netbooks at Coding Horror
"Mainstream software is finally ready for quad core CPUs." And now in a month or so, Intel will release the first six-core Core i7 CPU as an Extreme Edition.
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