Meanwhile, it appears that Opera has virtually no extension available which might replace what it ostensibly did--report on websites' reputations. There are also extensions/services--no on Opera--which do other safety checks. At this point, the only thing that I have been able to get to work is Avira Browser Safety, which does mark search results. Many of the alternatives (to WOT) won't work with Opera, even some Chrome ones (like Bitdefender TrafficLight). Many are free, if they work on your browser. Is Opera coming up with its own solution, and that is why there is nothing in the extensions "store?"
sorry to disagree, i consider iphonesto be apple branded foxconns products.
built to apple's specs and packaged in pretty boxes designed by apple, true, but built by a chinese company and there is very little apple could do to stop foxconn from going rogue on them. apple's only intellectual property is the iOS, no exclusive or proprietary hardware components. standard bits and pieces chucked together like any other of the many chinese smartphones, just more difficult to repair by apple's design brief.
the only hardware apple produces these days are a few mac pro desktops. anything else is basically chinese gear badge-engineered to high standards at premium prices.
not wanting to flame here, just a reality check.
and yes, i use apple products. since 1989.
There ought to be a way to have a gravatar selected per site.
There isn't and i don't think that will be one. It would be totally against the purpose of gravatar.com of allowing to use the sama avatar in many sites without have to set up each one of them. "One person, one avatar" would be the motto and not "One site, one avatar".