One Reason I Love

Comment feeds (I swear it is coming Jenn, if I knew how to code it meself I would) and Recent Comments sections is you don’t miss when someone randomly comments on an old post. It hasn’t happened to me in a while, but looks like Jake has new friend named Gary:

re: Laura Branigan Late August of this year:

Very sad , she was so talented. I hope she had put her trust in Jesus, if so she now has eternal life in Heaven.

Then to follow that up, re:GM’s Hy-Wire Brakes Driving Mold from September 26th, 2002

I agree with Jake. If GM does not have the option of a steering control that turns like a traditional one they will lose many potential customers. If the car is supposed to be modular then there should be more options, not less.

Amazing, exactly 1 day 17 and a half hours short of two years from the last comment:

Comment by Jake — 09/27/2002 @ 12:06 pm
Comment by Gary — 09/26/2004 @ 8:32 pm

That’s why you keep archives, that’s why Google rules, and that’s why you should always put your trust in Jesus.

~ by kinshay on 2004-09-27.

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  1. Yeah… That’s fuckin’ weird.
    Also weird is the fact that I learned about those comments here. ;^)

  2. While the live bookmarks in firefox are cool, I use the RSS/Blog account feature in thunderbird now. Leave it running and you will never miss a thing (Way cool for Yahoo news feeds) as it downloads/caches all the xml links given. You can even choose to see the excerpt, or the whole page itself shows up in the preview window.

  3. Nice. I just installed the latests revs of Tbird and Ffox, so I’m still catching up.

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