8Bit Joystick.com and 'Smart Computing' Examine Mozilla Firebird
Thursday October 2nd, 2003
Jake from 8Bit Joystick.com has posted a review of Mozilla Firebird, calling it "as fast mean and peppy as the[y] come." Amongst other features, the review praises Firebird's tabbed browsing, popup blocking, bookmark management and standards-compliance. Thanks to Adam Hauner of Czilla for the news (though Adam himself credits Henrik Gemal with finding the article).
Meanwhile, penwit writes: "Smart Computing magazine's website has a great article this month, featuring (and praising) Firebird, and they also promise to write more about it next month." You must be a Smart Computing subscriber to view the entire editorial, though non-subscribers can read the first few paragraphs for free.
Thursday October 2nd, 2003 7:39 PM
They should stop calling it firebird, as they said they would.
Mozilla cannot stop other parties from calling their browser something other than its intended name.
bring back the brazilian schoolkids
Are you a Firebird user? Congradulations. Know of any hosts that use it? Let me know. What are its dependencies? (php and apache version requirements..)
In any case, the first sentence referred to Mozilla Firebird. It is a perfectly acceptable writing convention to then shorten it to "Firebird" since the context has been established.
You could make the argument, "stop calling it Mozilla Firebird, and start calling it 'Mozilla Browser' like they said they would." By saying something like that, you are politically savvy--now that's "real-politik".