So, I bought myself a Kindle Fire from Amazon.
Quite simply put, I quite enjoy the tablet. It’s just the right size, and isn’t skimpy on computation power.
I haven’t done a fair comparison of having accelerated browsing on vs off however, but I did notice that it does not like CloudFlare’s IPv6, but then again, most things don’t.
In general, it is a nice tablet with good battery life.
My only complaints are that it doesn’t include all the Google stuff, and there’s no 24-hour clock option.
So while this is just a quick review, feel free to ask questions in the comments, and I will answer.
(This is so short because I did it on my Kindle Fire.)
I load the front page of my blog nearly every day. I just can’t seem to create a post that has enough value that it’s worth posting at all. However, now I will.
That aside, I have been looking at CloudFlare, and I’ve implemented it in some areas. WordPress is locked to a domain, so this blog isn’t behind CloudFlare. Most sections of theoks.net can be viewed behind CloudFlare by replacing theoks.net with theoks.tk.
I have also added Google’s +1 button to post pages, as well as the home page, and moved the Tweet button with it to below the post content.
In related news I got into Google+, which is pretty exciting. You may ask me for an invite, but I cannot guarantee that you will be allowed to join.