Monday, February 6th, 2006 at 11:03pm

A History of Firefox

Posted by Jordan Erickson

You all know I’m big on Mozilla – The Firefox web browser, the Thunderbird e-mail client, and the whole suite. I use Mozilla Calendar to schedule all of my appointments and keep track of many aspects of LNS. Thunderbird and Firefox are both invaluable tools to me, and I truly don’t know what I’d do without them. With everything I do, there’s nothing in the world like software that “just works”. That’s why I love showing my customers the power *and* ease of use of these pieces of software. I love hearing back from all of you after using them, whether you liked it or not.

One of the creators of Mozilla Firefox has posted a history of the (now) famous web browser alternative to Internet Explorer – the default web browser in Windows. You can read it here:

http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/ben/archives/009698.html

If you’ve had your coffee, take a look. It’s cool to see the motives someone who oversees such a great product – especially when it’s open source, which means anybody in the world can contribute to it’s development, and see exactly how the browser works on the inside.

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