COWS == Cluttered Open Window Syndrome, referring to having tons of windows open on your screen at the same time. For some people this is a problem, for other it's heaven.
One of my favourite features of Radio 8 on Mac OS X (and 9 for that matter) is it doesn't have an MDI prison. Multiple monitors attached, and I can work on all of them. Ahhh.... smell the wide open desktop!
Mozilla, mind you, is the ultimate freedom. Tabbed browsing, and multiple windows. It's so effective.
I'm off to the South San Francisco chapter of the Big Nerd Ranch to get Cocoaized.
Have a great weekend!
Update at 10:20 PM on Saturday evening: some more Frontier users (and a surprise appearance by Bill Bumgarner of Cocoa/WO fame and Ken Bereskin of Apple/Rhapsody fame):
- Bill Bumgarner (we've gotta talk, Bill...)
- Peter Mitchell (way to go Peter!)
- Oliver Breidenbach
- Wes Felter
- Grant Hutchinson
- Ken Bereskin's
Here are the "old school" Frontier users I've noticed set up Radio sites this evening:
- Russ Lipton
- Russell Gum
- Steve Zellers
- Jim Correia
- Thomas A. Creedon
- Timothy Paustian (who started the Carbon port and deserves much praise)
- Nicholas Riley
- John VanDyk
- Tom Clifton
- Dave Liebreich
- Andre Radke (URL corrected...)
- Mark Staben
- Josh Lucas
- Paul Snively
- Jeff Imig
- Duncan Smeed
- Robert 'Bump' Occhialini
And while I'm giving out praise: a big thank-you to Brent Simmons for the Services menu in the OS X version of Radio. It's the first Carbon app I've used that has support for Services. I wish I could be happy about that, but Radio is a good start!
Note that there are a lot of other "old school" Frontier folk that have set up Radio sites before last night, during the beta process, and the final candidate stage. But here's a unique one:
Dan Shafer's First Review of Radio 8 -- Dan wrote the docs for Frontier 1.0 in 1991.