While Wednesday is winding up for most people here in the UTC+8 timezone, I’ll be sticking around work for a while longer. The following have caught my eye today: - [Engadget](http://www.engadget.com/entry/3597362272750250/) is running a story of how an 11 year old boy in central China attempted to sue his mother for **not buying him a computer**. - Started using **[del.icio.us](http://del.icio.us)** to manage my non-company-specific bookmarks. You can see my bookmarks [here](http://del.icio.us/cdrum). - As everyone and their mother have posted, **[Firefox 1.0](http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/)**. I installed it yesterday and have been quite happy with the bug fixes since the last preview release. A bit peaved about the fact the [Google Bar Extension](http://googlebar.mozdev.org/) **isn’t working** with 1.0 yet… - How do you like [this one](http://news.netcraft.com/archives/2004/11/09/domain_transfers_and_hijackings_to_become_easier.html) about the new rules from [ICANN](http://www.icann.org/) stating domain transfer requests will be automatically approved if action from the current domain owner is not taken within 5 days. Hmmm, ok… So, that makes sense. I guess if I was on holiday for 6 days to a place without internet access, and someone happened to attempt to transfer my domain(s) out from under me, I would be pretty much **helpless**? But I guess Domain Locking will stop that. __Maybe…__ I reinstalled Windows XP on my laptop at home last night in an attempt to get things organized, as I have put off the purchase of a new computer for for an undetermined amount of time. Need to get a desk, **then** I will be all set!