IGN has a case of split personality. On the one hand, I don't have a new enough version of Flash installed for Firefox on Linux to play their videos.
On the other hand, if I want to watch some advertising, they wouldn't dare to stop me from doing what I wanna do!
Why do so many sites think I don't have a new enough version? Is newer Flash better? No, but the company pays for new versions of Flash Studio anyway, and it exports by default to a newer version, so why bother to change it? Thats like a couple mouse clicks or something! Jeez.
I write here about programming, how to program better, things I think are neat and are related to programming. I might write other things at my personal website.
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