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State of the Firefox Facts

As some of you might have noticed, there were no new posts yesterday.  This is due to the fact that we are in the middle of a big server move for Firefox Facts.  No more cheapo hosting account for us.  We have gotten just about everything moved over to FastServers.net.  After the recent surge of popularity after the Firefox 3 release – I realized it was time I looked for help from the pros, and well FastServers.net is about as pro as you can get.

So all is going fine here, and if your not seeing this post now, you should within a couple of days.  Then again, if you can’t see this post how would you know your missing it?  Quantum theory aside, expect the same ol’ Firefox goodness, just at a new home.

What can you do to help?  Get your friends, family and even that creepy Internet Explorer loving neighbor of yours to come visit and also pass them our RSS subscription link too.  Did I also mention you can get e-mail updates too?

Merry Christmas from Firefox Facts

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Hope you are all enjoying your time installing Firefox on the in-law’s PC. Just wanted to take a ‘bit of time to thank you all for reading day after day here on FirefoxFacts.com and wish you the best for the new year.

If you want, feel free to check out some of my other projects while your playing with new presents or enjoying seconds of that dressing. Download a few podcasts from the Web Hosting Show. It’s a weekly podcast on and about the web development and web hosting worlds. If you need a little more Mitch, with a little less Firefox – check out Mitchelaneous. It’s my general “blog about anything” place with tons of life lessons right from me to you. One post you might be interested in over there right this second would be the Ultimate List of Free Image Hosts (42+).

Feedback is always welcomed and needed here for Firefox Facts too, so if you want to see something or want to give your thoughts on my work here please feel free to drop me an e-mail at mitch@mitchkeeler.com or drop in a fresh comment.

Here’s to a happy Firefox using new year as well.