Hello all, I have a short and simple personal message to toss in with our regular scheduled postings. I know for a few months back there, the number of posts here really fell a little flat while I dealt with a number of personal issues and triumphs.
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Did you know there was a Firefox movie? Yes, there was – it was about jets and Clint Eastwood. What I want to know is when will we see a modern day remake about Mozilla?
I know I’d pay good money to see it. Maybe insert some covert Google Chrome or Microsoft spies into the mix? We have next summer’s blockbuster in the making.
Feeling a little down, and need some motivation? I have an add-on for Firefox that will give you the motivation you need to get through your Monday. It is called, Daily Motivator.
Want to view, edit, publish video for the Web without worrying about having the right plugin, or doing the right version for the right people depending on the video method they like the most?
Well both Mozilla and the Opera people are getting behind a movement to do just that.
Looks like the solution will be to use some open source technology mixed with a new tag to make embedding video in web pages easier.
Opera and Mozilla officials say the changes to their browsers will offer a new level of ease for Web developers using open-source tools to embed and stream their video. If video encoded in Ogg Theora plays directly in the browser, everyday Internet surfers would not have the burden of downloading extra plug-ins for their browser to play the video.
A lot of other good points are made in this PC World article on the topic. We don’t need a plugin to view images – why should we need one to watch video?
Hey, I have been working on this Web site for over a year now, and I don’t think I have asked you even once what you thought. Well, I am about to correct that horrible wrong right now.
Over the past week I have been working on cleaning up some of the back end things here on Firefox Facts. Now I would like to poll you to see what you think. Please vote!
Now that you have done that, if you have any other ideas, feedback, thoughts or suggestions as to what you would like (or maybe not like) to see here on the Web site, let me know. I am open to anything and everything because honestly this resource is as much yours as it is mine.
Well, I have always heard that there is no such thing as a bad idea. No matter if you think that is the case or not, there are more than a few bad Firefox extensions. Now I do not mean bad as in they will hurt you, I mean bad as in they are pretty lame ideas. So let us celebrate these bad ideas all at once, with the 100 worst Firefox extensions.
Firefox 2 has not even come across the finish line yet, and the minds at Mozilla are already starting to look at Firefox 3. What can you look forward to in this really future release? Well the folks over at Cybernet News have sorted through it all and put it out in a way that we can all understand.
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- RIP Xmarks Sep/28
- YouTube Auto Replay Dec/05
- cssUpdater Dec/04
- 24 Alert Add-ons You Can Not Live Without – Part 2 Dec/03
- 24 Alerts Add-on You Can Not Live Without – Part 1 Dec/02
- Keylogger Nov/29
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