1. Variable brake lights that inform following cars as to how light/heavy you are actually pressing your brake pedal.
2. Sensors on the front of the car which monitor how closely you are following the car in front of you. When this information is combined with your current speed and the knowledge of average braking distances and human response time, a buzzer or dashboard light could notify you to increase your following distance.
If you have upgraded to Firefox 6.0 recently, you might have noticed a change in your URL address bar.
Now, instead of the web address being in all black like you might have grown accustomed to over the past 10 years, the powers that be have decided it would be better to color all of the URL gray (except for the primary domain name, which still appears in black).
I can see how this could be helpful to the ignorant masses who get scammed by phishing emails, but I’m a relatively intelligent internet user, and I have been browsing the net long enough to know what the primary domain name is in the URL without needing to have it colored different.
If you are like me and wish to set the address bar colors back to the way they used to be in prior versions of Firefox, simply follow these easy steps:
- In your Firefox address bar, type “about:config” (sans quotes), and press enter.
- In the filter search box, enter “browser.urlbar.formatting.enabled“
- Right-click on the “browser.urlbar.formatting.enabled” line item in the listing and select “Toggle” to switch it to false