9/3/06 - "Behind the Show"
Week of September 3rd, 2006. This weeks show contains a Behind the Music expose of the first 50 episodes then covers Yahoo, Flickr, Schmidt and Apple, Skype WiFi, AOL MusicNow, Geek eye, and as always, a whole lot more.
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9/3/06 - "Behind the Show"
Have any questions, comments, feedbacks, shoutouts, rants, things that flat out piss you off (or maybe even make you happy), let us know and we'll talk about it on the show!
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If we mention your comments on the show, you get a lovely "Browse Me" tshirt courtesy of Opera (So Fast It Sings!)
This week should be a killer episode, we have tons of secret like announcements to make, and Shauna Queen of the Interweb wants your questions and comments as well, so hit us up!
And if you haven't watched last weeks episode "Drunk Dialing - Version 2.7" yet, check it out!
You can now listen to podcasts right within your Opera browser!
Once you get the widget, put our subscription link in to hear the show!
FINALLY! We have some Best Damn Bloopers to share with y'all this week. We haven't really made our blooper reels available before...well I guess we have. The whole show is one big blooper reel
Anyways, this Monday July 3rd, get your first taste of "Best Damn Bloopers".
Listening to: Deadsy - "Crimson and Clover"
Weekly news roundup...more changes for Microsoft, MySpace issues, Opera 9 releases and we were there in Seattle to cover it, Apple Movies, Geek Eye, Schmidt Faces off with AOL and much more
A new service called "Pluggd" is so freaking easy, there's no more worries about downloading software or anything like that. Go have a try, you'll see what we mean.
Go check out our show page on Pluggd, listen and subscribe! http://www.pluggd.com/channel/show/best_damn_tech_show_period
Having said that, we all know that Opera 9 kicks ass. If you don't know that, go download the freaking thing already and I challenge you to tell me otherwise (http://www.opera.com)
I'm going to do a series of posts on all of the features that Opera 9 has to offer. This post is going to be on the tabbed browsing features of Opera.
There's always a raging debate on who came up with tabbed browsing and who featured it first. I'll spare you the argument and debate, and tell you about who does Tabbed browsing best. Surprise Surprise, it's Opera.
Now any of you that don't currently used tabbed browsing, now is the time to check it out. Why have a zillion windows open on your computer when you can have ONE browser window open and just click around to a few different sites open at once? I know some people who swear they'll never use tabs, they're that old school. Forget that, tabs are where it's at. And Opera takes it one step further by giving you a quick snapshot of a page if you hover over a tab. Why is that helpful? Well if you have 10-15 tabs open you might forget what each page is. Have no fear, Opera Tab Hover is here. Total hotness.
Speed? Yeah we all know that Opera is So Fast..It Sings. Tabs are no exception. No waiting to load when you click on a tab, that sucker comes right up. Try that FF. We all know IE is now sporting tabs with IE 7, but I'm telling you that nobody does it like Opera.
Right click on a tab and get a whole bunch of options. Lock a tab, duplicate a tab, tile them differently. You name it. Oh yeah and dragging tabs around to order them differently? No problemo.
I freaking love tabbed browsing, it helps my workflow in the workplace, stuff for the show, anything really. It makes sense, and it's super helpful, especially when done right.
Next feature - RSS!!!!!
Send in your questions/feedback/shoutouts to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We tape the show tomorrow so there will be more about Seattle on this weeks show, and I'll also be blogging about some of the highlights. I still have more pictures to post (I took about 250 of them!)
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