Fix the Backspace Key, damn the Web Browser Programmers!

What ahole decided that the backspace key should back up one webpage?

I do not remember when some buttmuncher changed all web-browsers so that we would lose hours of work every year.  Since the first commercially successful typewriters were produced, the backspace did something amazing and simple; it backed up one space.  Then, 150 years later some web-browser programmers changed the backspace key function to have your web-browser go back one page.  I guess they did not know that control+left-arrow would do that; or the ‘go back’ button on the top left of the window.

But we can undo this stupidity!

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Survey Highlights Cell Phone Safety Gap: Two-Thirds Think 9-1-1 Can Find Them Indoors, but Carriers Fight Location Requirements

Large Majority Support FCC Rule Requiring Carriers to Provide Accurate Indoor Locations, Want Rule Enforced in <2 Years; Nearly Two-Thirds Would Consider Switching Cell Carriers for Better 9-1-1 Location Accuracy

WASHINGTON, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ —

A new survey of more than 1,000 consumers found a dramatic gap between the limited location requirements for cell phone carriers and broad public expectations that wireless callers can be found by emergency responders if they dial 9-1-1 in an emergency. 

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Solar System Transforms Fallow Land Into Money Generating Asset

During its first year in operation, the $0-down solar system at Uesugi Farms has generated significant capital.

GILROY, Calif., Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — In February 2013, Vista Solar installed a 792kW solar system on a block of fallow, unusable land at Uesugi Farms. In the first year of operation, the solar system generated over $100,000 in savings and has offset the farm’s electric bill by more than 90%.

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News Bureau Dedicated to Covering Electronic Surveillance Technology for Law Enforcement, Government and the Military

WASHINGTON, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Insider Surveillance launched today providing in-depth reporting, analysis and reviews on the key players, technologies, trends and issues surrounding one of the world’s most controversial and mysterious markets: the electronic surveillance industry.

Available to subscribers at, the publication targets audiences that include providers of electronic surveillance technologies, communications companies that purchase solutions for legal compliance, and governments and law enforcement agencies that use these solutions to detect, investigate and capture criminals and terrorists.

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