Archive for February, 2005


Solaris 10 accessibility

Solaris 10 has been released, with the expected round of cool features. I normally think of Solaris as a server environment more than for daily desktop use, but as Peter Korn notes, Solaris now features oodles of accessibility features that make it so much more appealing as a desktop. Cool.



If you are like me and use the Mozilla/Firefox LiveHTTPHeaders extension all the time, but are unlike me and instead want to do the same thing in Internet Explorer all the time, or maybe you’re like me and want to figure out just why the hell IE is behaving like it is, you will be pleased to know that there is Fiddler. Here’s the MSDN page on Fiddler.

OWASP‘s WebScarab is another useful HTTP Proxy.

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