How did you find out about Vivaldi.Net?
Wizard57M last edited by
Learned about Vivaldi at My Opera…been lurking around, decided what the heck. I didn't post much at My Opera, tried to help when I could, don't have a lot of time for social stuff, but who knows!
nudelsieb last edited by
Back when Jon S. von Tetzchner left Opera, I created a google news alert for "Opera Tetzchner". By that I was informed about Vivaldi.net. I've got a MyOpera blog which is quite dead
Hi everyone! I wasn't a MyOpera user before but read about vivaldi.net in an article on heise IT news. After reading through an interview with Jon on the same site I made up my mind to give it a try. Looking forward to talk to you all later.
Megamieuwsel last edited by
I read it in an article at The Register.com
Long, looooong time ago I had a MyOpera-account but really didn't do much with it.
And since Adobe quit updating FLASH for Linux, Opera became useless for the web-games I played…
That, and a weird issue I have with up/downloading stuff in Opera made me switch to Chrome.
diamond last edited by
Hello, all! I'm quite new to vivaldi.net. I found out from one of my friends. They just said there was a social media site I might enjoy so I hopped on.
0x29a last edited by
I found out about Vivaldi from one of my former MyOpera homies, probably this one. I was at MyOpera for over ten years.
crazyaboutmika last edited by
Through Catse on Lucy's blog. He said everyone was going there. I just finished moving my poems here (200 posts ) and it seems they have already gone from my.opera …it's not March 3rd yet right? Or am I living in a parallel world? :blink:
Anyway, thanks a lot for vivaldi.net . My poems are saved :cheer: and so are my friendships :cheer:
Tosk last edited by
while just checking up on current news