When Junior designs software

When Junior designs software you get things like Netscape and their wonderful innovations like javascript and cookies. And, when not-quite-as-bad companies like Macromedia do it, you get a workaround for those users who like to delete their cookies:
It's early to be talking about the dumbest technology of 2005. But United Virtualities has set a mark that it's going to be tough for other vendors to beat.

United Virtualities makes technology that allows marketers to un-delete cookies that users have chosen to delete. Their rationale — and I am not making this up — is that users are too dumb to make these decisions on their own.

As reported by TechWeb's Antone Gonsalves, United Virtualities has developed what it calls a Persistent Identification Element, or PIE (get it? cookies? pie?), which gets uploaded to a user's browser when he visits a site. PIE makes a backup copy of that site's cookies, and if a user deletes the cookies, PIE restores them...
This page describes how to disable Macromedia's innovation. To disable Netscape's various innovations, get into a time machine.


USE Windows 98, you can get around some of this government control but also use codes in your writing on the web. the government will soon be using the old ways of putting people in prison and keeping people in prison for words, it will be call "nation security" and many will understand what we all know and what we all can see coming down this old road, of total tyranny and full dictatrship in all nation states, it will not be a star trek world.