Is Firefox 2.0 a slam dunk? Well, the folks at eWeek don’t think so. I am still happy with how things look, and so are the folks at Lifehacker. Go check out Lifehacker for some more pictures of the guts and soul of the newest edition of browser in question. I think we are reaching the point where some folks in the media Online almost want Firefox to fail. I guess they think we can’t let our idols get too powerful.
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I had this link passed to me via E-mail and I have to say things are looking really good. Once again Firefox blows the competition out of the water as far as user interfaces go. Think I don’t know what I am talking about? Go have a look for yourself and tell me I am wrong.
For those of you out there that like to stay on the leading edge of browsing, the newest release out of Mozilla’s lab has hit the streets and is gaining steam. Personally, I think I’ll wait for the final version to come out. If you are interested though, here are the links:
Wow, all I can say right now is thank you and keep telling your friends and family about the free Firefox eBook!
I read a very interesting outlook on where Firefox is heading in the near future this morning. Now the regular user might not care too much, they just want it to work. It is neat to look ahead though for those of us who like to see what the future might hold.
I heard a few questions yesterday about the future of Firefox and its product goals, differentiating factors, and its positioning against Microsoft and its Internet Explorer browser. I’ve been following the Firefox process intermittently so I’ll outline some of what I know in an attempt to spark community involvement and feedback on behalf of Mozilla and the Firefox team.
Over at seattlepi.com they have a very interesting article with Firefox’s Blake Ross.
Read on for an extended version of the Q&A with Firefox co-founder Blake Ross that’s running in this week’s Software Notebook, in Monday’s paper. I spoke with him over lunch Friday at Gnomedex in Seattle, and we covered a lot of ground.
I read this intresting little ‘bit of news over at eWeek.com this morning:
Despite handing out positive reviews over the latest version of the open-source Firefox Web browser, market watchers are saying that the Mozilla Foundation will need to publicize the product heavily in order to lure new users.
I hate to say that they are point out the obvious, but hey… that is what they are doing. No mater how obvious it is though, it is the truth. It should be intresting to see how the folks at Mozilla get the job done.
Do you have a creative streak in you? Do you have a talent for witty remarks or curiosity-inducing designs? Do you love Firefox? FoxyTee.com is looking for submissions to our WTF?! T-shirt contest. We’re looking for clever new Firefox T-shirt designs to be worn by Firefox fans and evangelists everywhere. The new designs should be eye-catching conversation starters that can be worn proudly by all those who wish to share their love of Firefox.
Some Firefox fans might know about it, but I bet a lot of Mozilla’s cult following didn’t know they could get a Firefox t-shirt! What about a Firefox laptop backpack? What about a Bugzilla shirt? Check out all of Mozilla’s cool gear over at the Mozilla Store.
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