I went to register for the LinuxWorld Expo coming to town next month, and I can’t see most of their site. I can’t see it because it’s Flash-based, and there’s no Flash for my computer’s operating system and architecture: Linux 64-bit.


  1. Why don’t use firefox 32bit ? I use it and I can see all (Athlon64 is my CPU)

  2. Ahhhh. The little ironies of life in a MS world.

  3. Kind of reminds me of once in college when I ran a spell check on a WordPerfect document that referred to the program itself, and it flagged “WordPerfect” as spelled incorrectly…

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