This is the funniest thing I have ever seen! ROTF!
Heh.The sole purpose of a Chief Executive Officer on the Microsoft Board of Directors, is to be entertaining.
Amusing. A bit too much to read without enough punchlines, but there's some good stuff there.
As for their code, there IS a reason for external .css stylesheets.
Yeah, every page... just a bit more text on each page than is that worth it for the two or three punchlines. But they're good ones.
Oh, I realize this isn't everyone's idea of comedy, I personally think it was very well written and put together, and the subtle jokes are great and well placed.
I really like the download page (no "go" button) and the FAQs are great.
Cracks me up. I hope it stays up long enough at least for me to go through and read all thepages
didn't try the mail thing, the download is where you go to "download" the browser. Of course it ends up at a dead end, after it asks you for your OS and then click go to enter your credit card info. There is no go button
If you are using FF on a PC (at least I was, not sure if it's related), and choose "XP SP2" in the dropdown, the go button (which DOES exist) triggers a download of a file called IE7-WindowsXP-x86-enu.exe, but I doubt it's really the official version of IE7 and that they'd actually be serving a file that is clearly against their views of what is good and would be worth serving.
hmm, I was also using FF on PC.. chose the same selection as you...
weird. Could have been my computer at work though.. it does a lot of weird things
Fx2/Linux does display a button, but it displays the button around two pixels high, without a caption, directly under the select