Am I the only one that has trouble using CTRL-F to search large web pages in IE? IE crashes not only the instance I’m searching in, but also any other instances running. It hit me just now in a window I was searching in, so I went to the window I was writing my post in and copied my entry before clicking ‘End Program’. Fortunately, it cleared my clipboard when it closed (or something) so my post is gone.

It was a round up of links with a little commentary on each. Now it’s just a list of links:

  • Gun trucks picture
  • U.S. Army 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team Chooses Macromedia Breeze Live for Real-Time Battlefield Collaboration
  • General Dynamics Net Rises 20% on Military Sales
  • EU makes no headway on Iran nuke program
  • Pentagon wants new U.S. Army brigades for $75B
  • Researchers Report Bubble Fusion Results Replicated
  • Project Manager Soldier Weapons
  • San Francisco’s emerging right

Sorry that I don’t have time to re-write the commentary. Feel free to comment on any of these.


  1. What a shame, I really wanted to see the guntruck. Is it a school bus? Please tell me they used a school bus and put an old 75mm on top. Please!?

  2. You need to get Firefox, mucho better than IE, the search function is quuite worth a look alone!

  3. Chad: You can see the pic if you follow the linke to DefenseTech. Cinomed: I do use Firefox for about 1/4 to 1/3 of my surfing. I do especially like the tabs, and the search function is nice, though it doesn’t seem to work with forms all the time. I don’t think it’s ALL THAT like many do, though.

  4. Yeah, I see it now. The other day it wouldn’t pull up when I tried. I really wish they’d have gone with the School Bus.