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UPC Digital #1

About a month ago I bought a digital television subscription from my cable company. The service is called UPC digital and promises to deliver great content, great quality and a some interactive services. I received the Motorola DVi-4000 set top box last week and so far my experiences are pretty good.

Leave my keys alone!

I like the guys at spreadfirefox.com. They have build a great website to promote my favorite browser. There is however one little thing that annoys me enormously.

Yay, I got an gmail account!

One of things the sfx team thought up for promoting Firefox was to give away gmail accounts to people who place ‘Get Firefox’ buttons or banners on their websites. As you can see on the frontpage of this website I also have such a button, but I also placed buttons on other websites I created.

Groklaw RSS feed bug

While playing around with Firefox’s live bookmarks feature I discovered a small bug in Groklaw’s RSS feed code. Another HTML entities problem…

Html entities causing problems in Nucleus

Another problem… If you go to my previous entry and look at the titlebar of the browser you will probably notice some weird stuff…

causing problems in FireFox & Nucleus

This blog has a RSS2.0 feed, which Firefox is able to use for it’s new live bookmark feature. I simply love live bookmarks, so the first thing I tried after setting up this blog was to create a live bookmark for my own site.

What’s a blog anyway?

A work in progress… I am transforming my website into a brand new blog. Most of the stuff from my old website, which wasn’t that much to begin with, hasn’t been converted to the new design yet, but that will happen soon enough…


I guess I couldn’t avoid it any longer. My own website. Not that I did not know how, mind you. I actually created quite a lot of websites, but always for other people. I guess I never got around to my own. But now, after 10 years or so, I finally have my own little […]