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SaroGFX says

@BuchmannDesign

Nah nah, too bad. 2012 for IE6

You can ignore the previous version, 6 years after the last version has been released. Because IE7 was released in 2006, we can ignore IE6 in 2012.

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SaroGFX says

Yea sorry, I messed up! It was too late!

The book says you can ignore the previous version after 6 year of the release of a new version. So because IE7 was released in 2006, we can stop being accountable for bugs in IE6 in 2012. Quite a mistake on my behalve, sorry!

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SaroGFX says

Weird, I quoted from the book Prioritizing Web Usability by Jakob Nielsen.

I guess they messed up the numbers.

But the good news is that whe can safely ignore IE6 right away! ;) (Due to him)

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SaroGFX says

Following Jakob Nielsens usability theories, you should consider designing for browsers versions up to 5 years old. Since IE6 was launched in 2007, that might be what the maya’s where fearing about 2012 :p

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SaroGFX says

Pokémon, anyone? :D

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SaroGFX says
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SaroGFX says

The Extended License is also very useful if you want a nice Freebee for you website or to resell it.

But yea, it’s much up to the honesty of buyers.

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SaroGFX says

Not so active on social design networks. Twitter and facebook already take a lot of my time. But I have been active on DeviantArt for a while.

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SaroGFX says

I’ve got the proof for it. These go $2000 for one piece of poo.

http://www.impactlab.net/2008/09/15/cloaca-the-poo-machine/

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SaroGFX says

This is what I always tell my friends: “You can even sell your own poo if you put it in a nice box.”

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