Conroy and Fielding: The Battle for Last Place

The 2010 Australian Federal Election saw a battleground being drawn – between those who advocated voting Stephen Conroy last (for his “insist[ence] on pressing ahead with a Mandatory Internet Filter for Australia”), and those advocating voting Steve Fielding last. As it turned out, voters were cool with letting them share last and second last places. […]

Voting Below the Line: It’s the New Black

Voting Below the Line. For a long time, it’s been the domain of the political nerds, the 3% of the population who know the policy of every party on any topic. However, thanks to the rise of sites like Below the Line, it’s suddenly become easier to plan your vote in advance, without the stress […]

Tabs in Firefox 4 (aka, I can’t believe it’s not Chrome)

First up, if you’re not sure how, Lifehacker has a great reference on where to find your userChrome.css file. One of the things I love about Google Chrome is that it shows all the tabs at once – even if it has to get really squishy. By default, Firefox limits them to 100px wide, then […]