I usually don’t like to post stubs or preliminary articles like this, but I went all reviewer on Mozilla.org this morning and, of course, ended up writing a review of my favorite Firefox add-on of all time, Speed Dial. As that review got longer I
When you spend a lot of time in the world of technology it is easy to get jaded. New features that are promoted (self-promoted, and then echoed by lazy writers) are almost never as useful as they are supposed to be, and half the time,
Update: And we’re back again 🙂 It looks like the issue is caused by having an unsaved “custom theme.” Don’t think you made a custom theme? Think again. Any change to the “personalize” settings like background image (desktop image), colors, font-size, etc… results in a
What in the name of all that is holy is going on here?!? Sometimes I just can’t help but wonder what is it that makes computers so difficult? Today, I noticed that my Cruise Down and Cruise Up buttons on my Logitech mouse stopped working
MediaFire, a file sharing website loaded with copyrighted files, has sent a hypocritical takedown notice to Mozilla over Firefox plug-in SkipScreen. Since Mozilla has no control over SkipScreen, and since Mozilla itself is not violating MediaFire’s terms of service, there is only one reason they sent the takedown notice to Mozilla, legal extortion. MediaFire hopes that Mozilla will be too afraid of the cost of litigation and simply comply with the request even though it has no merit.
These Chrome features are at the top of my wishlist for the next update of Firefox.