I just ran across a very cool entry over at Seth Bindernagel’s blog answering some “Q and A” about his work at Mozilla. Back in July 2006, Seth was brought into the Mozilla Corporation to help the key leaders and contributors of Mozilla think about how to run a community-giving program.
The people at bit-tech.net give us yet another side by side comparison of the new Internet Explorer and Firefox 2.0. The entire article in question has a lot of interesting points, but the last paragraph left me a little shocked.
If IE7 is such a massive improvement, it’s hard to see what about the new Firefox really justifies the moniker ‘2.0’. It really seems like more of a 1.6 – there’s not a lot of difference here. The browser wars just got a lot more interesting…
Want some interesting feedback on this article to read? See what the commenters on Digg.com have to say about it.
Need a few good reasons to switch your browser of choice? Well thanks to Switch2Firefox.com you now have a good step by step resource on how to do so.
More people are interested in switching from IE to Alternative Browsers than ever before. See why they made the change and how easy it was. Discover the 101 features that Mozilla offers over IE 6.0. Learn all the great ways browsing the web with Firefox can give you a better digital life. And understand how firefox can make your life easier and your possibilities endless.
Here is another great resource by another young Firefox fan:
I decided to make this site to help users who have problems with Firefox, (because I had loads at the beginning) also to help people who have already got to grips with the web browser, get the most out of it.
It is a question I am sure you have asked yourself at least once.
Recently, I have been pondering why is Firefox so darn popular? This is a question that I honestly ask myself sometimes, often while browsing the web from within the browser itself. The real trick is that there are so many different ways to answer this.
This has to be one of the most unique ways to spread Firefox that I have seen thus far. Save Granny is run by a group of Stanford students who have been working with the Mozilla Foundation to help spread Firefox. I think this would be a great and humorous Web site to get folks who don’t know about Firefox started with the browser.
Now I will not lie, I am not really a man of faith. Apparently though, some Firefox users are. For these users that are a little more religious than me, I have for you the Faith Browser.
Make the internet a reflection of your values and your faith with these simple tools. One tool builds a Bible verse into your browser. The other changes the appearance of the buttons. Together, they help you keep your faith close at heart whenever you are online.
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.
I bet you have asked yourself at least once, “How can I help spread the word about Firefox?” haven’t you? Well, the folks over at spreadfirefox.com have made this a really simple task. All you have to do is grab a few buttons from the spreadfirefox.com affiliates homepage. There are plenty to choose from there, so have at it.
I want to thank Joe (sorry, no URL mentioned) for sending this link in to me. Fire up the Fox looks to create a starting point for anybody that might be new to the Firefox interface or ways of doing things. Extensions, themes, help, and more are all covered with a few examples for each. Now what I want to know is where is the link to the free Firefox Facts eBook? Fire up the Fox is a great resource and database for the little orange and blue browser that could.