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One of the great things about the web is that everyone can have the opportunity to tell the world what they think. This is where I do just that. Whenever something moves me enough to voice my opinion in print, this is where it will appear first. I'll try to keep the topics relevant to the site - so they'll be mainly about I.T. but who knows...
  • Microsoft Office Version Survey 2006
    With the release of a new version of Microsoft Office imminent, how has the pattern of use changed in the two years since the last survey? [30 August 2006]
  • Browser Wars Revisited
    Four years have passed since I decided that Netscape was doomed. Much has changed since then with new browsers like Firefox and Opera challenging Internet Explorer's dominant position.  [3 October 2005]
  • Microsoft Office Version Survey
    With the release of Office 2003 we now have at least four different "current" versions of Microsoft Office, but who's using what? Can I finally put Office 97 to bed? My Office Survey aims to find out.  [16 January 2004] updated [27 May 2004]
  • Counting Clicks
    As computer technology advances at an alarming pace, I keep tabs on what systems and settings my visitors are using.   [23 July 2003]
  • What... No Netscape?
    Every book on web design tells you that you have to make your site cross-browser compatible. But, as Microsoft and Netscape continue to wage the browser wars, perhaps it's time to pick sides...   [30 July 2001]
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