I’ve been getting back in touch with a bunch of long-lost people lately on Facebook, which is the time that Social Media is at its very best.
I’ve been running into some issues lately with several apps (not just this one) where some of the basic functionality just does not work with Opera.
I’ve been using the Opera browser as my primary for about six or eight months, and it’s like riding a rocket, but things like that are ridiculous. Opera is more standards-compliant than any other browser, and you run into things like this. First guesses would be shoddy programming by apps developers, but I’m also starting to wonder if maybe it’s something in the FB API, since there is a standard display message about it.
It might have to do with the widget framework that they were harrowing to developers. It might be worth writing an FB app just to try to hit the Opera barrier.
Have any suggestions for an FB app? Leave ’em in the comments!
Okay… so I’m a day early in posting this. Most Mardi Gras parties were over the weekend, anyway, unless you happen to be in New Orleans or one of the other areas where carnivale is ingrained in the local culture.
I have so much alcohol left over. I ned to throw a party or something to get it down to a manageable level.
hmmm…. Mardi Gras is tomorrow… hmmm…
I did a bunch of new development on the google API maps, and am looking forward to the rollout to the public so you can all see it.
At Mark’s Mardi Gras party, I met several very interesting people. It was a blast. They did a great job planning it, too. The weather was really rough getting up there, but is was fine getting back home.