FoxE9BEHOLD, A REAL IE9 THEME FOR FIREFOX: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/foxe9/FoxE92 years ago in Personal More Like This
I know there are a million things that are different between the two browsers but we are not aiming on adding IE9 features or completely rearranging stuff to make it look 100% IE9-ish. We don't have the time to bother with such things. Instead, it is a theme that hopefully satisfies peoples' strange desires to make their Firefox look similar to IE9.
The Road To OblivionA strange title but one that tells a story.The Road To Oblivion1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Last sunday 17th November I went for a lovely walk on a frosty morning, starting from home. Less than half a mile from home the lane crosses a railway line in a shallow valley - we can sometimes hear the warning blare of the train's horn but not loudly or enough to disturb a summers' afternoon in the garden.
Beyond the railway line the lane climbs up and crosses the farmland of South Cheshire, England.
This land is owned by The Duchy of Lancaster. In other words, it belongs to The Queen.
It has recently been proposed that these fields will be redeveloped into two new towns, a total of around 4000 new houses, schools and shops, starting in 2014.
IT IS WRONG TO DESTROY THIS COUNTRY.
I will submit a selection of the pictures I took on this lovely walk. You can comment on whether these houses will improve or destroy the landscape.
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