Around the time Firefox 25 came out, I complained that I frequently got an error message saying the application was still running but not responding:
It seem some time between then and now (Firefox 35) they addressed this issue. First, the error message became far less frequent. And second, they added a helpful button to kill the unresponsive Firefox instance.
Nice UX improvement. Well done, Mozilla.
If you enjoy gray skies paired with a constant light drizzle, Vancouver in February is a great travel destination. Otherwise, you might pick some other time in the summer to visit the city.
I was there on business, so had no choice regarding the time of year. I also had very little time to go out an see the city. Combined with the aforementioned weather, the photos I brought back aren’t great. Here they are, anyway.
Lay-over in Frankfurt
Looking at the sky over Frankfurt on an early-morning train from Düsseldorf.
I actually wanted to photograph the monitor LCD in the background showing how the train was going close to 300km/h, but the camera decided to focus on the seat in front of me. Looks pretty artsy, nonetheless.
The city is surrounded by beautiful mountains, but it was only on a couple of occasions that one could actually see them.
Most of the time it looked like this: an all-gray North Vancouver.
Devoid of any kind of human touch: entering the hotel room.
In addition to that, the hotel was also located beautifully right next to a freeway.
The Lufthansa Boeing 747 waiting to take me home. As on other major airports, an HSBC advertisement isn’t far.