Wednesday, December 16, 2009

"IE is being mean to me"

Promoting a comment, since it includes a musical performance of an original song (embedded below):
Anonymous said...

One of our developers wrote a song called "IE is being mean to me" and you can find the video here:

http://with.us/meanie
or
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTTzwJsHpU8

Hope you like it.


"IE is Being Mean to Me" is an original song written and performed by Scott Ward.

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8 Comments:

Blogger jordanwb said...

Rock on dude. Rock on. I'm using firefox to make your job and mine easier.

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey folks, (not you techies, you already know this) This animated image shows why IE sucks:

ienoncompliant.gif 582 kb.

Shortened version:

noncompliantie.gif 280 kb.

Both are hereby placed in the public domain. Feel free to put them on your own sites and servers.

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for this song and this site. Raising my spirits was certainly a tough thing to do after I spent the entire day finding different ways to rewrite otherwise perfectly-valid code because IE kept barfing on it.

3:10 PM  
Blogger mrmanpower said...

IEs a piece of shit

10:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yay! a facebook group is in order now! IE is crap and MS should get ouyt of the browsing business and stick to what they do best.

Flight simulators and occasionally an Operating system.

12:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just don't support IE. It's the only way MS will get the message and in the meantime you can sleep at night.

2:36 PM  
Blogger David Robert ~Founder of ProximityCast.com said...

Yeah! I can relate to that. We can have an encore with Dot.Net. My site would have came online sooner if I would have just started with PHP and MySQL. Instead I listened to Bill's promises of faster and easier, NOT. Wasted too much money and time. It may be different now, but I'm not looking back.
My analogy as as a helicopter pilot is that when I'm ready to fly I want to preflight, crank, and go. I have no desire to have to assemble an engine just so I can fly. Like wise I want to turn on my IDE and start writing useful code, not trouble shoot or spend another small fortune on tech support to find out why things ain't working. Yea Bill owes me for wasted time and money, but life's too short so I'll just press on and forget.
Funny, I was pro microsoft once. It would take a major miracle to make that happen again.

9:38 PM  
Blogger The Great Leviathan said...

love this song!...ie go to hell

7:24 AM  

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