The goal is not to win the most boards, but to complete 3 in a row on the large board by winning the small boards. If you're aware of that, I'm not sure what you're claiming the bug is. Could you clarify?
Osama Dead. Does it mean anything positive to us. Nothing. Just Nothing. - Osama is not living in a forest, but a mansion..say it again with me..a fucking big mansion at a stone's throw away from a military academy in Pakistan. - This mansion is located in a colony of retired Pakistani military officers. - And last but not the least, al-Qaeda is not just Osama. In fact it now looks more evident that al-Qaeda is operated by ISI itself. God knows how many terrorists are still harbored in Pakistan. We know for the fact that the ones who attacked Mumbai are there. And we know that Dawood Ibrahim is living in a even bigger mansion in the same Pakistan. (For the uninformed, Javed Miandad's son and Dawood Ibrahim's daughter are married sometime back). Do you feel like asking "Can India do the same thing as US did today?" Now, that's what I call a joke. Go ahead and watch Obama putting a smug face and praising Pakistan's support in this operation.
I don't use IE9 for my browsing and I am sad.
I am a web developer and now we will have 3 or 4 versions (depending on whether IE6 support is required) of Microsoft browser to care for. And they all are outdated compared to Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari.
sorry man, i don't know anything in web development. I'm a system programmer works on C\C++ and hardly know internal details of browsers. But IE9 is very cool(compared to ie8), i liked it. Thanks for making me aware of how newer versions affects everyone.
You don't have to support IE. Just like an iPhone developer doesn't have to support Android. Or an OS X developer doesn't have to support Windows. You give up some market share, but it's a standard tradeoff == more work vs more revenue?
There's nothing to be sad about, it's a decision we make everyday. If IE is so painful that the revenue is not worth it, then don't do it. We currently don't support OS X. I'm not sad when Apple ships a new version of OS X. I just know that the 10% of the market that they own is one that we won't support. I'm fine with that, and have been for a while now.
Here's the light at the end of the tunnel: I have a bug tracking app, and can honestly say that IE is an insignificant part of my traffic - comparable to Opera. Granted, it's a technical audience, but I can safely just not support IE.
I really don't want to have to start thinking of myself as a "Firefox Developer". If it surfs the web, be it desktop browser, mobile browser, screen reader, robot or even IE, it's part of my job as a web developer.