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Updated: 2016-10-24T13:44:47Z


By: Aristotle Pagaltzis


Looks like it will stay dead. Obviously, nothing ever really changed, except the fact that people had stopped bothering.

By: Aristotle Pagaltzis


The mark of a great writer.

By: Phil Ringnalda


OMG!!!1! Mark had a misspent youth? I had no idea. Tell me, was he ever addicted to anything?

You did, however, get the first character of the virus name correct, so points for that.

By: Phil Marham


We should really take the time to thank Mark for all he’s done for the community. I think the first contribution was obnoxious tetris. Mark was kind enough to include a copy of MDBP virus with every download!

By: Mark


I’m told I often have that effect on women, too.

By: Phil Ringnalda


Ah, they bail because DTDs are insecure (though it’s under investigation).

Well, it wouldn’t break my heart if they nail 0.91N’s coffin shut.

By: Pete Prodoehl


Mark’s comments made me want to laugh, but then it quickly turned into wanting to cry… Now I just feel despair…

By: Danny


You both wield wonderful weird hybrid nitpicking/pragmatic light sabres, but where Mark’s humour is usually metal-themed Phil’s tends to be more plush. Great double-act, I think Mark in comments works rather well. Perhaps you should do a cable TV show together. Or merge into a single entity (and call yourself George).

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By: Phil Ringnalda


Since I was saying that IE isn’t a winner there, either, let me rephrase that.

item/description is rendered as HTML, rather than the plain text that should be inferred from the spec, when IE7β2-preview sees 0.91U.