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Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari in web wrangle

I’ve been reading excerpts from Mozilla’s COO John Lilly’s comments about Apple’s Safari release for Windows all over the web. I finally decided to track his ‘blog down and read his story as-is. And I’m pretty glad I did, too… Some of the articles I read that featured his comments were good examples of how […]

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Internet Security & Privacy Software & Hardware Technology

Wardriving coming to a Wi-Fi hub near you!

So you’re using Mozilla’s Firefox web browser, and you feel that glow of confidence about you. That warm feeling that tells you that your web surfin’ is more secure than those other guys using that .. other web browser. More secure? Well… It’s been a lazy past two days writing for me. I’ve rarely strayed […]

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Communication Innovation Internet Media & Publishing Social Media & Social Networking Software & Hardware

Flock, Firefox social web clash?

Sometimes, just sometimes, my timing is impeccable. While other times, my timing is a strange potent of something that’s to come. Call it fate, call it Kismet, call it what you will, but me moving from Flock to Firefox could have a been a shrewd move: “What set Flock apart from it’s elder sibling Firefox […]

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Apple Business Innovation Internet Technology Web Design & Development

Apple Safari, Adobe Apollo in web app tie-in

The politics of the web is a many splendid thing. Political machinations within the technology industry have always fascinated me. The speed at which trends are adopted, talked up and either overtaken, upgraded or killed off is at times breathtaking. Right now for Apple and Adobe, the trend is an upwards one, if no less […]

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Business Internet Microsoft Technology Web Design & Development

When Firefox and Apollo unite!

Not wanting to be deliberately contrary, no matter what all of the good books say about great headline writing, I have to disagree with Anne Zelenka’s recent post on GigaOM: “Adobe announced the public alpha of its Apollo development framework that allows developers to build cross-platform hybrid web/desktop applications using Flash and Ajax … Some […]