FireFox 1.0

FireFox
There’s a lot of buzz on the Web about yesterday’s release of FireFox 1.0. I haven’t actually used the new browser yet but it’s good to see competitive forces at work in this area. I read about spreadfirefox.com, a site focused on promoting the new browser, in a BLOG and I decided to take a quick look in an honest effort to learn about this new browser. I was surprised to see that an estimated “0″ copies had been downloaded. Now I know that there have actually been millions of copies downloaded but I found this oversight to be quite humorous – better get that fixed quick.

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