The browser formerly known as Mozilla Firebird—which I’ve mentioned several times before, has been rebranded again and is now known as Mozilla Firefox. The name change FAQ provides some answers for the identity change, while Ben Goodger, Steven Garrity, and Jon Hicks write on the rebranding process. Dunstan Orchard reports an issue with the famous […]
Some things are better done in unordered lists. (Inspired by Evan William’s two posts.) OpenOffice.Org 1.1 released, turns three! Mozilla 1.5 + Firebird 0.7 + Thunderbird 0.3 Firebird is the browser you’ve been looking for all your life, but you were looking for it in the wrong box. Just download the file and try it! […]
The browser company that was once at the top of its game has closed its doors. MozillaZine as well as CNET News gives us the details on AOL‘s move to shutdown Netscape for good.
If by now you still haven’t heard about Mozilla Firebird, you ought to give it a try. Version 0.6 was released a few weeks ago, with several useful enhancements. And be sure to get some nifty themes and extensions, make it behave just the way you want it to. (Tip: Tabbrowser Extensions, TabScroller, Style Selector)
I was just browsing through Mozilla Firebird’s project page when I saw that they finally have a win32 build for Firebird! Not sure if this is just a nightly or 0.6 (Glendale) itself, still trying to download it through dial-up.
The lizard’s latest incarnation is out. If you’re still using IE4 or NN4, do yourself a favor and enjoy the beauty of the standards–compliant web. And it’s free.