Today I bring you one of the long time mysteries for me. Why in heavens does Mozilla insist on making different menus for Firefox and Thunderbird depending on whether you’re using it on Linux or Windows? Seriously, I just can’t figure out the reason for this… the Options menu sits in the Tools toolbar in Windows, whereas in the Linux version, it goes under Edit. But WHY?!
‘Till the next time!
Alright people, this is really happening . Today, I got the final acceptance letter from Leicester’s Postgraduate Department. They provided me with a conditional offer where the only condition is that I finish my degree with at least 65% of overall grade average. This is totally feasible since my grade average, last I checked, was of 14 marks in a 20-point scale, which rounds to roughly 70% in a loose conversion.
Cool, hey? Now let’s just hope those money leechs at the bank will loan me the money I need!
Just on a little background, I’ll be taking the Advanced Software Engineering (MSc) course at the University of Leicester, with a start date of September 28th 2009. When I’m done, I’ll finally be a jack of all trades and a Master of Advanced Software Engineering