Microsoft's Zune won't play many DRMed Windows Media files.
This is a stark example of DRM under the DMCA giving customers a raw deal. Buying DRMed media means you're locked into the limited array of devices that vendors say you can use. You have to rebuy your preexisting DRMed media collection if you want to use it on the Zune. And you'll have to do that over and over again whenever a new, incompatible device with innovative features blows existing players out of the water.
Ok, Browsar was cool because it was tiny, didn't install, and didn't leave footprints on the inside.
Enter Torpark. It's not as tiny, but otherwise has the same advantages. But that's nothing. This hides your communication from local network snoopers (making short work of corporate firewalls?), and makes you [relatively] anonymous to the web server from which you're getting pages.
Neat feature (despite its questionable utility) of wunderground.com, you can save animated gifs of weather loops. This is what the weather was doing where I was typing, when I was typing.
(I always thought this site would eventually be the only weather site in town back in the 90s. I was wrong, but it remains my favorite weather site.)
I am about to have a new favorite web browser. (Just one file! Doesn't install! Doesn't save any settings, nor does it have any!) Its sole limitation is that it doesn't have tabs, but that appears first on their to-do list.